CHAPTER Problem Baby 7 Months?
Good afternoon … I have a niece of 7 months a week, lately PUP can be 4x a day with normal textures, PUP … what is the texture of food or Dr. Sufor … He eats using Cerelac instead of homemade breast milk … Is there a serious problem, right?
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The number of frequencies for a baby's BAB can vary in each baby and as the baby's diet changes, the number of baby's own frequencies can also change. CHAPTER up to 4 times a day in infants aged 7 months can be a normal thing for your niece. As long as the stool consistency is still normal as usual, the baby does not have a fever, does not vomit, does not look painful during bowel movements, there is no blood or mucus in the stool, the stool smell is also normal, so you have nothing to worry about.
At the age of 7 months, you and your nephew's parents should always pay attention to the cleanliness of the accompanying food provided for your niece. Your niece may be given instant MPASI porridge that matches the age and standards of WHO or given homemade MPASI (provided the nutrition in the homemade MPASI is well cared for). That is not a problem. The more important thing is to pay attention to how to make the right MPASI, make sure to use water that is completely cooked or use milk that is made clean and in the right way. Also make sure you pay attention to the storage of MPASI given to your niece, so that it remains safe to give.
If you encounter a significant change in your nephew's bowel movements, for example, the frequency of bowel movements is more than 4 times a day, consistency is thinner than usual, smells more foul, your nephew has a fever or looks unhealthy (crying each chapter for example), there is vomiting or a decrease appetite, visible blood or mucus in the stool, then you can suggest bringing your nephew to the pediatrician so that further evaluation can be done.
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