Children Appear Weak, Cold Feet And Hands, Shortness Of Breath And Nausea?
I want to start early, I am 2 years old, 4 months old, I start coughing a cold suddenly, my body limps, my legs and feet are cold, and shortness of breath suddenly begins to remind me to run away when it hurts, directly d of oxygen, blood sugar y low hny 15 then said rhh ill don’t give a drink, from the rhm hurts directly added blood sugar, drip but when the infusion y sometimes the coral road stops, even though my ankle condition is already weak, I don’t feel like the infusion is brhntikn, jwb rmh sick sbntr Mom wait for the others and g long ank I want to vomit but can’t vomit me tricks doctor but until DTG y last doctor DTG ank I breathed my last breath, please enlighten me ,, my brtnya2 my ankle was why ..
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Only by having a brief description of complaints that arise with your child, it is very difficult to ascertain the exact conditions of your child. However, if it is true that your child previously looked weak, pale, cold feet and hands, shortness of breath, and nausea, this condition might refer to shock (shock). Various factors can trigger this condition, one of which is infection (septic shock), heart problems (cardiogenic shock), allergies (anaphylactic shock), bleeding (hypovolemic shock), and so on. Shock occurs when blood pressure drops so dramatically that it will also affect blood perfusion to vital organs, including the heart and brain. If you don't get fast and proper treatment, shock can be very deadly. Your child's blood sugar level is actually not specifically referring to an illness. But often, this condition reflects the condition of a critical illness that causes the body to over-metabolize, and even blood sugar almost to compensate.
Coughs and colds that your child experienced before the emergency occurred did not specifically refer to an illness. Could be, this cough arises purely due to allergies, respiratory infections (for example pneumonia, bronchitis), or also symptoms of prodromal infection in other organ systems. We emphasize again, it is very difficult to ascertain exactly what kind of condition that afflicts your baby without checking it or understanding its medical record directly.
If you feel that you have not received clarity regarding your baby's condition, do not hesitate to consult directly with the doctor or pediatrician who treated him before, yes. his death. Ask him in a good way, with a sincere heart, and also a positive mind so that the doctor will explain it well to you.
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