Babies Vomit And Diarrhea?
Good night, my baby is 16 months old woke up suddenly he vomited vomit, was given water, breast milk and did not enter, vomited all the time ,, and now he is liquid chapter, and his phases smell like rotten eggs ,, please answer, what do being experienced by my child please answer and the solution thank you
Hello Mayy Efendy, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Introduce me Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
The complaint you have conveyed is not yet complete. there are some other important components that should be conveyed such as, there are other additional complaints such as fever, cough, runny nose, previous history of the child's eating patterns, the condition of your baby is currently active or weak, etc. Based on the complaint you describe, there are several possible illnesses that might occur in children with children vomiting with foul-smelling eggs such as:
Lactose Intolerance Gastoenteritis. Food poisoning Other infections - there are many infections that can attack the digestive tract such as bacteria (salmonella, ecoli), fungi, parasites, viruses. Of the several diseases above, the most worrying about the condition of your child who has difficulty eating, vomiting and defecating stools should continue to think about the occurrence of Dehydration. Dehydration is a condition of the body that lacks fluids and electrolytes so that it can cause emergency situations that must be treated immediately. Continue to provide intake until you see a doctor.
To distinguish some of the above diseases the doctor must examine the patient's condition directly either by physical examination or support can be in the form of blood, feces examination. For this reason, I advise you to come to the doctor directly, in order to establish the diagnosis and receive the right treatment.
Right now what you can do is:
Evaluate your child's condition, observe whether conditions decrease such as weakness, unconsciousness, seizures, fever, etc. Count the number of times a child vomits and defecates in your child, the doctor will ask this during an examination. Give ORS fluids every time your child defecates. That's all I can answer, hopefully it helps.
Thank you and always healthy :)