BULLETIC MEDICINE From The Anus To Launch A Bowel Movement?
Morning nMy child is 3 months old. Entering the age of 3 months, it’s only been a week, my child hasn’t defecated for a week nAnd then checked and then given medicine nBut I don’t want my child to take medicine early nAnd check again. And there is an obt to thaw the stool … in the form of a bullet and made into the anus nNot long has she been defecating why is it that the baby doesn’t defecate, but often passes gas nIs it safe for babies? Because after that it hasn’t been defecating. The drug’s dedication was just Chapter lg. I’m afraid it will affect her anus too nThanks
Hello Sir / Madam, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com yes.
Babies who are given exclusive breastfeeding have different patterns of defecation, some are often defecating up to 8-10 times or every time they are given breast milk, there are also those who rarely defecate only 1-2 times a week. This is normal and usually does not require special handling.
Breastfed babies defecate rarely because breast milk is almost completely absorbed by the body because it contains almost everything needed by babies for their growth. In addition, the coordination of the baby's anus muscles is not good so that it usually looks like continuous straining but is not effective. If your baby is still breastfeeding, seems active and cheerful, has regular BAK, then this is nothing to worry about.
Drugs given by doctors may only have an effect at that time, to help the baby defecate. The possibility given is glycerin suppositories which work to draw water into the large intestine and promote bowel movements. These drugs are generally safe and do not cause long-term effects if given properly.
If your baby drinks formula milk, you can consult your pediatrician for advice on the type of formula milk. If your baby looks sick, has flatulence, refuses to breastfeed, is weak, and has a fever, you should immediately take him to the pediatrician. Don't forget to weigh your child every month, and give immunizations according to schedule.
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