Baby’s Saliva Foams And The Foamy Green Chapter?
Tonight, I have a one and a half month old baby. Since birth he has caught a cold and hasn’t recovered until now. And he likes to drool saliva. When pooping, the stools are runny and foamy. I guess why my child? Is this condition normal for babies?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A lot of saliva and foaming in babies is actually a normal condition. This is because he has not been able to swallow and hold the saliva out. In addition, this can also occur because of the tooth growth process that triggers more saliva.
Even so, if accompanied by flu that does not heal and the appearance of unusual stools, maybe there are certain abnormalities experienced. It can be in the form of viral infections, parasites, inflammation, allergies, or certain digestive disorders. Our advice, you should check your child at a pediatrician for further examination. This is very important considering the age of your child who is still very young. By going directly to a pediatrician, misunderstandings can be avoided, and diagnosis and treatment can be more appropriate.
Meanwhile, keep breastfeeding as usual, keep it clean, keep away from sick people, dust, cigarette smoke and pollution, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.