Babies Are Fussy Every Night, Have Difficulty Eating, Have A Little BAK And Have Trouble Sleeping At Night?
Happened a few days ago, Symptoms: 1. Fussing every night. Eating is hard He peed a little in a day4. I can’t sleep at night. What should I do?
Hello Shu Santhy,
Thank you for the question.
Production of little or no pee within 6 hours can show a sign of dehydration. Dehydration or lack of body fluids in infants can be characterized by babies who become very fussy, or even not fussy at all, crying but not releasing tears, eyes appear cowong, babies look weak and inactive, babies have difficulty eating and drinking. This also depends on whether there are other symptoms experienced, such as nausea, vomiting, fever, diarrhea, and others.
Therefore, you should immediately bring the baby to the nearest doctor for physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed. The doctor will do the initial treatment if there are signs of dehydration. Meanwhile, you can actively give fluids to babies, such as by breastfeeding babies or giving formula milk, or giving ORS that can be made at home.
Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.