Causes Of Children 2 Years Old CHAPTER Pale Yellow / White?
Morning, I want to ask my 2-year-old son BB 12kg, sometimes the stool is pale yellow / white. But the child is active and still wants to eat … The next day the normal yellow stool back … But today appeared pale yellow feces .. What’s y? Is there really a dysfunction of bile?
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Children's feces can be said to be normal as long as the color is light yellow, brownish yellow, to dark brown with a soft to dense consistency. Pale yellow or vaginal discharge does not always indicate an illness. This can normally occur due to differences in the composition of the food and drinks he consumes. Some types of formula milk (if your child consumes formula milk) can also make the stool color paler due to the iron content in it.
If your child doesn't experience other complaints, you probably don't need to worry about the condition. You just have to do the following steps to maintain the health of the digestive tract, so that the bowel pattern is normal again:
Give children food that is healthy and nutritionally balanced value Minimize the provision of instant food or drinks Do not give children food that is not processed clean Get used to always wash children eat before and after eating, after the bathroom, and after playing with dirt Give children also drink water adequate If your child also experiences other complaints, such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, skin and / or eye development, decreased appetite, diarrhea or constipation, fever, growth disorders, hard stomach, etc., do not hesitate to have your child examined go directly to the doctor or pediatrician. In some conditions, abnormal stools as your child can indeed indicate the presence of the disease, not only disorders of the bile ducts, but can also impair liver function, pancreas, digestive infections, intolerance, malabsorption, or other metabolic disorders. With a thorough examination by a doctor, or assisted also with other supporting examinations, such as stool, laboratory, x-ray, or ultrasound, doctors can certainly give your child the best management.
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