Can Children With Bacillary Dysentery Be Given The DPT Vaccine?
Hello, my child is now 3 months to less than 4 days. R nfrom last July 19, my child had diarrhea with mucus and foamy bowel movements that could reach 20 times a day, finally on July 28 my child was hospitalized and his poop was positive for bacteria. diagnosis of bacillary dysentery. r my child was hospitalized for 7 days, on 3 August I returned home. a week later the control and the poop is still not getting better a day can 10 times the doctor said the possibility of allergies to cow’s milk. My child is fully breastfed, and I am prohibited from consuming any kind of food and drink that smells of cow’s milk and its derivatives. a week later the stools began to decrease in frequency and the mucus was still always … until now on 5 September the pups are still runny mucus without pulp, a bit green, sometimes yellow. and a day can be 10x. why is this? and can you get DPT vaccinated? if the month is still not allowed with the doctor
From the information you conveyed, if your baby's condition is still not recovering from the diarrhea condition and the accompanying complaints, it is better if this DPT immunization can be postponed until your baby's condition is stronger, and he is recovering from the pain he is experiencing.
Regarding diarrhea that has been experienced for almost two months, you should discuss it again with the doctor who treats your child, besides that you can also ask for a second opinion from another pediatrician to get an examination and opinion from other pediatricians. Thus, with follow-up examinations relating to complaints of mother's infant diarrhea that lasted almost 2 months, doctors can consider possible causes of this condition, such as:
1. cow's milk allergy
2. Lactose intolerance
3. Infections, such as viral infections, amobiasis infections, E. coli bacterial infections, shigella
4. Inflammatory bowel disease, where there is irritation and inflammation of the intestines
5. disorders of the pancreas
6. thyroid disorders
7. immune system disorders that trigger prolonged diarrhea
So that from the possible causes and from the opinions and examinations of other pediatricians, the doctor can provide conclusions related to your child's condition.
For now, you can continue the advice and recommendations of the doctor who treats your child, so that it is hoped that it can reduce complaints and reduce the risk of allergies or intolerance.
That is the information we can convey, read also chronic diarrhea in babies.