Causes Baby Fever, Flatulence, Vomiting, Fussing And Crying?
Yesterday my baby was very hot for 2 days, but earlier the heat had gone down, suddenly my baby was fussy and cried after that my mother said she had a bloated stomach, then my baby threw up after vomiting my baby was sleeping.
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Symptoms and signs in your baby are present in the following diseases:
Typhus is a disease caused by the bacteria Salmonella typhidan Salmonella paratyphi which can cause symptoms of fever for more than 7 days, dirty tongue, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, and even seizures. Diarrhea is a loose stool with a frequency of more than 3 times in 24 hours, which can be accompanied by symptoms of abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and fever caused by gastrointestinal infections and due to dehydration. Intussusception is a condition in which a part of the intestine folds and infiltrates other parts of the intestine, which results in a blockage in the intestine. The main symptoms of this disease are severe abdominal pain that is known when the baby is fussy, crying while curling up, vomiting, weakness, lumps around the stomach, bloody or mucous stools, and fever if further infection has occurred. Tonsillitis is tonsillitis that occurs due to bacterial infection, which causes symptoms of fever, painful swallowing, vomiting when the tonsils are getting bigger, and coughing. If this continues continuously, I recommend that you take your child to a pediatrician so that he can be examined comprehensive, such as question and answer, examination of vital signs, physical examination such as throat examination, abdominal examination, and additional examinations if necessary such as routine blood laboratories, typhoid examination, DHF, and abdominal ultrasound.
As for things you can do right now for your child:
- Keep providing food and drinks as usual to prevent dehydration
- Do not give food or drink when your child is vomiting, to prevent the entry of food and drinks into the digestive tract
- Maintain the cleanliness of food, drinks, and eating utensils to prevent bacterial contamination from entering the digestive tract
- Give fever-lowering drugs and pain-reducing drugs such as paracetamol with the dose listed on the drug packaging
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.