Changes In Child Attitudes And Behavior After Brain Tumor Surgery?
hello, I want to ask about the condition of my child after a brain tumor surgery. attitude and nature change, irritable, irritable and hard to eat. even though before the operation my child was fond of eating and a sweet child. but postoperatively the nature of his attitude is different. please explain the relationship to this change. my 10 year old daughter is a benign type of tumor.
Hello, Deasy Danggalimu Tani, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Changes in attitude in children can be influenced by many factors, from psychological factors, social relationships, to physical conditions. Occasional children feel angry, emotional, or look sad is a natural thing. However, if the child becomes very irritable, difficult to manage, very spoiled, rude, then it cannot be ignored. Some possible causes are psychological causes (for example, children feel anxious about something, feel depressed about something, experience bullying, experience events that cause trauma, etc.), or physical causes (for example: dehydration, hormonal influences, structural and functional disorders in parts of the brain which regulates emotions, malnutrition / lack of certain nutrients, the influence of certain substances, etc.).
To determine the cause, you can consult your doctor to dig further information about what is happening to your child, especially if the child experiences a drastic change in attitude, repeatedly, can not be told, violence, can not be arranged, and abusive . In addition, immediately take it to the doctor if there are other symptoms such as: children often complain of headaches, seizures, spasms, cold sweat, decreased vision, vomiting, fever.
For now, as a parent you can try to talk to him if he is calm, ask why he is angry / sad. If he doesn't want to talk, you can appreciate it by leaving him alone until he calms down.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.