Babies Often Vomit, Dark Green Yellow, Sometimes Pale?
Assalammu’alaikum, my pediatrician, aged 5m28d, since the age of 5m20d, he has been given solid food for the first two days of giving single sweet solid foods and starting from day 3 he is given instant solids because of the difficulty of finding materials to understand from far away from home “hhee r nWell after that The poop becomes greenish yellow, even pale green then watery like diarrhea, then 5 days after MpAs my child is often nauseous and sometimes vomits before and after eating, or has mimi … Two days ago my child was immunized against DPT3 and IPV after that high heat, vomiting “until a yellow discharge then diarrhea again .. Please explain because at this time my child still likes to vomit ” and diarrhea and GTM doesn’t want mam and mimi to decrease ,, Thank you wassalammu’alaikum wr .wb .. 😊
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The period of introducing babies to food (solids) should be done in an appropriate manner so as not to traumatize the baby or experience digestive disorders which can lead to decreased appetite. In the early days of complementary foods, you should introduce your baby to foods that are naturally processed, without additives that could potentially irritate the digestive tract. You can provide these complementary foods by processing carbohydrate sources, such as brown rice, white rice, kabocha, and so on which are softened and mixed with breast milk so that they taste similar to breast milk so that the baby is not surprised. You can slowly introduce other food ingredients, including vegetables and fruit, to your baby after the baby is accustomed to consuming solids, that is, after more than 1 to 2 weeks of introduction. You should not give instant food or drinks except in very urgent conditions, and even then it should not be done continuously.
Giving improper food, for example giving excessive instant food, unhygienic processed food, foods that cause children to experience allergies, intolerance, or also malabsorption, can cause children to experience digestive disorders, such as nausea, vomiting, colic, diarrhea, constipation, etc. The discomfort that babies feel in their digestion can certainly make them lazy to eat. Not only that, excessive loss of body fluids both through vomiting and diarrhea can make your baby dehydrated, so that he looks weak, pale, refuses to breastfeed, and so on. The high heat it experiences may lead to digestive disorders related to infection, it could be due to viruses, bacteria, parasites, or other microorganisms. It could also be, this high fever occurred purely as a side effect of the immunization he had previously received. If only a side effect of immunization, generally this heat will get better with a warm compress and administration of anti-fever drugs (eg paracetamol) within 1 to 3 days after immunization.
Before the complaint gets worse, we recommend that you check your baby directly to a doctor or pediatrician. A thorough examination, or assisted by blood tests, fecal tests, urine tests, ultrasound, etc. can also be done by doctors to identify what exactly is being done. spark your baby's complaints. The best treatment will be limited to observation, administering drugs to be consumed at home, or it could be more intensive care in the hospital in more severe conditions.
As an initial treatment, you should do the following steps:
Give your baby a lot of breast milk so that his immune system improves Do not give the baby instant food before it is declared safe by the doctor. which are soft in texture, minimize the provision of vegetables and fruits that can produce a lot of gas, such as cabbage, mustard greens, tubers. Give the baby lots of water, if necessary, make ORS. To improve fever, compress the baby with warm water or give paracetamol (usually prescribed by the doctor after the baby underwent immunization) Do not force the baby to eat, give food a little bit but often Do not give the baby medicine carelessly Hope it helps yes ..