Children Fever And Vomiting Often During Sleep?
morning, my son is 2.5 years old this week it is hard to eat, his weight dropped from 11.5 to 11.3, he often got fever but sometimes his ups and downs, lastly my son’s condition is now often vomiting while sleeping, his breathing during sleep it reads grok-grok, and sometimes coughs, has been brought to the doctor and given a cough medicine, runny nose, fever for 3 days whereas now it has entered day 2, about my child is sick what
Children, especially those under the age of 5 years, have the potential to fall ill due to infection is greater than adults, because their immunity is not as perfect as adults. One of the conditions of illness that is quite often experienced by children is a collection of symptoms such as fever, cough, runny nose, and respiratory problems caused by rotavirus infection.
In general, the symptoms caused by rotavirus infection are not dangerous, so do not immediately worry too much if the child has a fever or cough / cold, as long as the child's temperature is no more than 38.5 degrees Celsius, and the child can still eat his food and remain active as ordinary. But if the child's fever temperature is very high to exceed 38 degrees Celsius, difficulty in eating, vomiting continuously, diarrhea more than 5x / day, and the child becomes very weak should be immediately taken to the doctor to get further treatment, so the doctor can confirm the condition what your child is actually experiencing.
In addition to rota virus infection, the symptoms experienced by your child can also be caused by health problems such as the following
ISPA Bronchitis Pneumonia Dengue Fever However, your child should be seen by a doctor, because the conditions above have different treatments although the symptoms are similar, and do not rule out that what is experienced by your child is the same thing as above.
As an initial treatment, Mr. Agus can do the following tips
Compress warm water on the forehead and / or underarm folds to help reduce cold. Use respiratory masks when traveling to busy or very dusty public areas. Give your child regular meals. It's best that no one smokes close to your child.