CHILDREN CHAPTER More Than 3 Times A Day Accompanied By Fever?
Tonight? My child is 3.5 years old. Already 1 week this has a mild fever of 37.2% and the PUP is more than 3 times a day, but the PUP is still deprived? The child is also actively asked that no one is ill?
Thank you for the question.
A child can be said to have a fever if his body temperature rises more than 37.5 degrees Celsius. Therefore, it is not really true to call your child having a fever, based on his body temperature information.
What needs to be clarified at this time is whether the stool that has taken place looks more fluid than before?
Although it is still deprived, frequent bowel movements in children, if the consistency is more fluid than usual, can be classified as diarrhea. Diarrhea in children there may be many causes, ranging from digestive infections or other organ systems, food allergies, malabsorption or intolerance, poisoning, intestinal inflammation, metabolic disorders, hormonal disorders, drug side effects, and so on. If this diarrhea has happened more than 3 days, then you should not just leave it alone. Try going to see it directly to the doctor or pediatrician. Concerned, the complaint did occur related to an illness that needs to be treated further by a doctor. In cases of serious suspicion, the doctor may also recommend that a blood or stool test be performed.
In the meantime, what you can do is:
Do not panic Do not carelessly give children medicine Make sure you give your child to eat foods that are nutritionally balanced, easy to digest, also processed with a clean and perfectly cooked Do not give children food that makes him allergic (if any) Do not accustom children carelessly carelessly Give children more water to drink white Hope it helps ..