Children Aged 5 Months Have Not CHAPTER 5 Days?
Hello, I have a child aged 5 months, so yesterday my child did not defecate all day and until this morning he had not yet defecated. Even though so far my child has never had a hard time defecating, even if in the morning before taking a shower he will definitely defecate first. I am afraid that my child has digestive problems. My child is still active and not fussy. I suppose “why is my child? Oia, if my child hasn’t defecated for 3 days, do I have to take it to see a doctor. Please explain, okay?
From the information you provide, a complaint that is difficult or not yet part of the habit is probably a normal condition in babies or children. In infants aged 5 months, chapters can occur several times a day, and usually can occur at least once a day. However, even if the baby or child has not been born in 5 days, this is still within normal limits. But it is necessary to do an evaluation to find out the possible causes of this complaint.
Complaints of difficult chapters, often occur in infants with fluids intake, change brands or because of changes in the dose of supplementation from normal. So, it is necessary that you evaluate the giving of supportive if your child is getting sufor.
Another possibility is that at the age of 5 months, your baby is getting solid food intake. Either fruit, porridge, or other foods than breast milk or sufor.
To help reduce these complaints, you can evaluate the concentration of phosphorus for your baby, and apply warm baby oil around the baby's stomach. In addition, you can stimulate the baby's bowel movements by practicing the baby's leg movements to approach and away from the stomach regularly.
If this complaint is more annoying, or if your child is getting more fussy or if in the next 3 or 4 days this complaint is still disturbing, you should be able to consult your doctor or a pediatrician. Thus, the doctor can provide the necessary care.
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