Babies Are Often Resilient, And Push During BAK?
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In normal conditions, babies can indeed be seen to be pushing during BAK and defecating (especially during defecation). Suppressing the baby is caused by the baby trying to expel the contents of the stomach and the contents of the bladder by increasing the pressure on the stomach. Pushing a baby during a BAK or defecating is generally not dangerous and does not cause particular problems for the baby himself. However, if your baby pushes until he cries during BAK and defecate, it is necessary to further evaluate whether there are certain problems in the urinary tract or gastrointestinal tract of the baby such as an infection in the urinary tract or anatomical abnormalities in the baby's urinary tract, or gastrointestinal infection, constipation, or a milk allergy.
If your baby is just pushing and doesn't seem bothered or fussy about the condition, then there's nothing you need to do to fix it, because chances are your baby is normal. If your baby looks fussy or cries during BAK and BAB, then you should take your baby to the pediatrician for further evaluation first.
Medically, drying diapers in the washing machine or squeezing too hard has nothing to do with straining during bowel movements and bladder in babies.
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