Babies Are Often Yellow And Mixed With White Granules?
Regards. I want to confirm 2 today the baby chapter is yellow, there is a mixture of white and white granules, is that dangerous? while byi I have yellow.
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Need to clarify, how old is your baby at this time? What food and drink does he currently consume?
Jaundice in babies has many possible causes, ranging from physiological to pathological. Some of these possibilities are:
Prematic Not getting enough breast milk Incompatibility of blood groups Liver or bile duct disorders Infection at birth, for example due to rubella, syphilis Hypoxia (lack of oxygen) Lack of enzymes Genetic disorders, red blood cell disorders Side effects of drugs, etc. Yellowish stool color with mixed seeds Leucorrhoea can be a normal condition due to residues from the metabolism of breast milk or formula that is consumed by babies. It could also be that this condition is related to the causes of jaundice in babies as mentioned above, or due to digestive disorders, such as gastroenteritis, malabsorption, intolerance, food poisoning, colitis, diverticulitis, and so on.
Unfortunately, you do not mention the exact number of times a day your baby has bowel movements, what the consistency is, and what other complaints he experiences. Therefore, it is difficult for us to judge whether the condition you are experiencing is still considered normal or dangerous. Therefore, you should check your baby directly to a doctor or pediatrician in order to get the best treatment.
The following steps you can do for a while:
If your baby is less than 6 months old, give him breast milk ONLY If your baby is more than 6 months old, also add breast milk with healthy, high nutritional value, and hygienically processed solids. Limit feeding or instant drinks to babies Make sure nothing is available. dangerous objects that are prone to be eaten around the reach of the baby. Improve the quality of your breast milk by drinking lots, eating a balanced nutritious diet, not stressing too much, and getting enough rest.