Children Aged 2 Years To Drink A Lot And Suckle When Diarrhea?
Every night the milk is often, even every time after drinking a lot of mineral water. After that again milking … will it have a bad impact on digestion? ‘a has been reduced (3 u0026times;) a day.
Hello Ismiyati, Thank you for the question.
Does the child still have diarrhea? Does the child experience other symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever? Diarrhea can occur in anyone from children to the elderly. Diarrhea is a condition of increasing frequency of bowel movements becoming more often accompanied by more liquid stool. Other symptoms can also occur accompanying diarrhea symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, decreased appetite, headaches, weakness. The most important treatment for diarrhea is to keep sufferers from dehydration by maintaining drink intake; in children can be given breast milk, formula milk, water, coconut water, broth, ORS. In addition to maintaining drink intake, it is also important to maintain food intake so that nutritional needs are met. There is no harm in breastfeeding a child, consuming water, and then re-breastfeeding. However, what needs to be considered is the increased desire of children to consume drinks may be a sign of mild dehydration in children. Please continue to monitor other symptoms in children. If the child's urinary frequency is reduced, the child becomes lazy eating and drinking, looks weak, and still experiences frequent diarrhea or vomiting, please take your child to the nearest emergency room for further examination and treatment. If the symptoms of diarrhea have not improved for more than 1 week or are accompanied by high fever, you are advised to consult a doctor for further tests such as blood tests or stool examination. Further treatment will be given by the doctor according to the cause.
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