Causes 28-month-old Babies Often Have Diarrhea?
I want to ask, my child aged 18 months a few days diarrhea a day can 6x 7x defecate, but so it does not decrease even still active as usual, the defecation does not smell whether it is dangerous?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Defecation in infants can not be equated with defecation in older children or even in parents. The baby has a digestive system that is still not perfect, and he is still facing a variety of new foods, not to mention the possibility of being infected by various bacteria and viruses that are not yet 'known'. This condition is natural and the majority can heal and improve by itself.
So it really requires more supervision of diarrhea in infants to be able to assess whether it is a dangerous thing or not. If the diarrhea or diarrhea has blood spots, makes the baby look sick when diarrhea, too often so that the baby appears weak, the baby looks pale, or other conditions, you should immediately take your child to the pediatrician to get further examination.
But if the condition is still fine, no fever, no vomiting, no fussiness, appetite is still good, then you can simply feed it as usual, maintain cleanliness by routinely changing diapers, and maintain the adequacy of the liquid by continuing to provide milk. So, hopefully answering your question.