Causes Of Infection In Newborns?
.. when giving birth to the 2nd child. The doctor said my baby had an infection. So that his body temperature is fever above 37. And I am also not permitted IMD shortly after giving birth. What causes the infection? My thanks
Thank you for the question.
Fever in infants is most often caused by infection. There are many types of post-natal infections, some of the most common examples are bronchhopneumonia, congenital infections (such as toxoplasmosis, rubella, cytomegalovirus, herpes, syphilis, HIV), digestive infections (such as e.coli, rotavirus), meningitis, sepsis, etc. This infection can be transmitted from the mother during pregnancy, occurs during baby care in the hospital after delivery, is transmitted through parents or visitors who visit the baby, and so on. Because there are so many types, the handling of this infection can also vary.
Your doctor does not allow you to breastfeed your baby there may be a variety of considerations, it could be because your baby's condition is indeed critical so difficult to suckle, it could be because there are diseases in your body that are at risk of being transmitted to your fetus, or many other possible causes. The most aware of the exact cause of your baby's condition as well as what is the best treatment that needs to be done surely the doctor or pediatrician who treats him directly. Therefore, you should consult directly with him yes ..
In the meantime, you should not panic. Ask the doctor who treats you, whether you can give your baby milk, or may not breastfeed at all. If your baby may be given breast milk, then you can express your milk every 2 hours to help meet the nutritional needs of your baby, while increasing his body's resistance to recover quickly from the infection. Do not forget, always accompany your baby to undergo treatment until it is complete according to the doctor's advice, and also make sure you are always clean and use a mask every time you make contact with the baby.
Hope this helps ...