Causes And Side Effects After The Consumption Of UTI Drugs In Children Aged 3 Years?
when I was 3 years old, I started knitting often when I was having a preliminary checkup, so I didn’t have any medication that was half-hrian, what were the side effects or symptoms … I asked if there was a channel infection.
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A history of urinary frequency / urinary frequency complaints that is often likely to indicate interference with the urinary tract. Urinary tract infections, often the cause of this complaint (especially if the doctor who treats it has confirmed a urinary tract infection) in children, especially in infants or girls. In infants or young children, complaints like this are often experienced, especially when still using diapers. Risk of urinary contamination from diapers that are not changed frequently, or because a child or baby has defecated in his diaper can trigger this complaint.
In children or baby boys, this complaint often arises because the flow of urine that does not come out optimally due to the prepuce or hole from the skin of his penis that is too narrow, causing inflammation to infection in the urinary tract. If urinary complaints are painful or these complaints often recur, or treatment is unsuccessful, your doctor may recommend a circumcision procedure, so that the flow of urine does not cause inflammation in the urinary tract.
And if your child is currently receiving care and treatment by a doctor, and this complaint has improved, then the follow-up care effort that needs to be done is to continue to give breast milk (if still drinking milk), still meet the needs of fluids, so that the body's fluid needs return to balance. With that, the urine drain also returned to normal. Even if the current urinary frequency is still rare, or even not urinating half a day, probably because the body's fluid balance has not returned to normal. So meeting his fluid needs during the recovery period is an important step that can be done to restore his urinary habits and meet his body's fluid needs. To evaluate the amount or frequency of urine, your child should not use diapers that absorb the urine, but use cloth or normal diapers (if you still use diapers), so you can evaluate the amount and frequency of urine. If your child does not use diapers, you can advise your child to urinate for several hours, this is probably because your child is afraid of feeling sick when urinating. Therefore, the complaint of not urinating within half a day is probably not a side effect of the drug, but because of the course of the urinary tract infection in the recovery period.
However, if this condition still persists within the next 2 days, you should consult with your doctor who treats your child. The doctor will conduct an interview relating to the recovery process, as well as evaluating the treatments that have been carried out. Physical examination and supporting examinations may be planned to ensure the presence of other medical conditions at risk, such as dehydration, inflammation of the pubic area, or the presence of mechanical obstruction from the urinary tract. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors in providing care and further treatment.
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