Babies With Green Slimy Chills Accompanied By Fever?
ank I was last hit by dysentery. I was hospitalized 4 days ago and was treated to 4xPlg from the hospital. My ankle was still slimy but not accompanied by fever. ny already recovered only live allergic to milk, I was told to stop consuming various dairy products during the baby still diarrhea. After 2 weeks the chapter was normal, I began to consume bread, cheese and milk products on a small scale. 3-5 times a day now the chapters are green and slimy but accompanied by fever and colds, what should I do and what first aid should I do?
Thank you for the question.
CHAPTER children who are often and greenish mucus accompanied by fever and colds in children may indicate indigestion, for example due to infection. Not only dysentery, various types of other microorganisms can also infect the digestive tract and trigger complaints like this, for example rotavirus, e.colli, salmonella, and so on. Besides infection, other factors, such as food / beverage allergies, malabsorption, poisoning, inflammation of the intestine, metabolic disorders, benign or malignant tumors, and so on. As for colds that your child is experiencing, it might also indicate he is experiencing allergies, irritations, and infections in his respiratory tract.
The condition that your child is experiencing at this time, can occur related to previous illnesses that have not been handled properly, but may not. The most entitled to ensure this is certainly the doctor who examined your child directly. Therefore, if your baby's complaint has lasted for 3 days or more, you should check it back to the doctor or pediatrician. It is not impossible, later the doctor will direct him to undergo blood tests, stool tests, ultrasound, and other investigations.
What you need to do in the meantime, namely:
Give your child more milk and water (if he is more than 6 months old) Give him also variations of MPASI which are of balanced nutritional value, soft, easy to digest Limit the provision of instant food, let alone doubt cleanliness and maturity Keep your child's self-hygiene as well as the environment Don't give your child milk and its processed products before being declared safe by the doctor Don't also let the child consume food or other drinks that have the potential to cause allergies Don't let your child come into contact with cold temperatures, dust mites, animal dander, pollen, smoke, pollution , dry air Stay calm and do not panic Do not carelessly give children medicine without advice from a doctor