Causes Of Cloudy Urine Such As Blood Mixed In Children Aged 15 Months?
I with a tiara I have an ankle age of 15 months, I want it, why there are several times my child when urinating like there are blood spots like that but not often n only a few times, well, when I was peeing when I looked at the urine murky like blood mixed so it’s rather red gt, I’m afraid why, please answer yes thank you
Good afternoon Tiara, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. The appearance of blood-like stains on diapers or when the baby urinates certainly seems alarming, but the reality is not always the case.
There are several possible explanations of the condition. First is your baby has less fluid intake, or is dehydrated. If in appearance your child is still fine, actually this is not dangerous, but it should not be accustomed to. You must monitor whether your child has consumed enough fluids or not. This also includes when your child has ailments such as fever, vomiting and diarrhea, at this time the volume of discharge increases and so does the risk of dehydration. If the dehydration continues untreated, it can be dangerous. But again for now, if your child does not show any symptoms, you can simply add fluid intake by giving more milk or fruits that are rich in water content such as watermelons.
The next possibility, and this is an abnormal condition, is that your child may have a urinary tract infection. This is usually accompanied by symptoms such as infant fever, fussiness, strong urine odor, and increased urine frequency. If you observe any symptoms like this, have your child checked by a pediatrician to find out the possibilities and further treatment.
The next possibility is actually more appropriate if your child is a girl, that it could be blood coming out of the vagina because there is still the influence of your hormones during pregnancy. But because your child is a boy, this possibility can be ignored.
Apart from all that, if you doubt your child's condition, or you have tried to meet the nutritional needs of your child but the spots do not disappear, it is better to take and check your child to the pediatrician to be more clear condition. So, hopefully answering your question.