The medicine for a 4-year-old bloody chapter, what’s up doc?
Thank you for the question.
Chapter redness does not always indicate the presence of blood. It could be, CHAPTER reddish child because he consumes food or drugs with a lot of red dye, such as dragon fruit or beets. Indeed, it does not rule out the possibility of a baby having bloody bowel movements, for example due to digestive infections (such as typhus, dysentery), constipation, lactose intolerance, food poisoning, intestinal inflammation, anal fissure, hemorrhoids, peptic ulcers, blood clotting disorders, benign or malignant tumors in the digestive tract, and so on. Often, if this is the cause of a child's complaint, then he will experience other complaints, not just bloody bowel movements.
Need to be clarified, what is the exact pattern of your child's current CHAPTER? Is it clear the color of blood in the stool? Does he also have a fever, nausea, vomiting, colic, diarrhea, other bleeding symptoms (such as recurrent nosebleeds, bleeding gums, or bruising easily)?
If the complaint has occurred repeatedly, especially accompanied by other danger signs as mentioned above, you should not rush to give him medicine. Immediately have it checked by a doctor or pediatrician for further evaluation, for example by examination of feces, blood, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on. As initial management, you can take the following steps:
Give your child more drink
Give him food that is easily digested, not spicy, not too fatty or gassy, clean, and perfectly cooked
Do not make it a habit of eating snacks at random
Keep your child's anus and intimate organs clean
Do not carelessly give children drugs without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...