Causes And Ways To Deal With Bowel Movements Accompanied By Mucus In Children Aged 1 Year?
Why does my child, who is 15 months old, pass urine out of mucus? Does he have dysentery, how to treat it
Slimy bowel movements in children can be caused by several conditions as follows:
Phlegm swallowed when a child coughs a cold Lactose intolerance Food allergies and milk allergy Infection in the digestive tract, for example dysentery Inflammatory bowel Food malabsorption Are there other complaints, such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever? If the condition of slimy bowel continues or if there are other complaints, I suggest that your child be seen by a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ascertain the cause, if necessary stool tests, urine tests, and blood tests on your child. If the cause is confirmed, then the doctor can provide more appropriate treatment for your child.
While waiting to see the doctor, you should consider again whether there is food that has just been tried on your child, whether there is food or milk allergy, breast milk can continue to be given, if not meet the child's fluid needs of water from water, let the child rest enough, and give food which is easier to digest.
Hope it helps you,