Children Often Vomit After Playing Flood Water.?
Ass my daughter is 21 months old .. A month ago my son was playing in the flood and the next day he vomited in more than 20 times a day .. Then I took him to the nearest hospital and the lab showed that his leukocytes were over 3000..opname 2 days..trus 3 days this is throwing up again even though I haven’t finished anything .. Given the medicine at the puskesmas for one day I don’t throw up at all then throw up again 4x … That’s why please explain
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Vomiting that is very massive, accompanied by increased levels of leukocytes may indicate your child is having an infection, can be due to viruses, bacteria, or parasites. This infection, may occur in the digestive tract so that it triggers vomiting. However, infections in other organ systems, such as urinary tract infections, meningitis, ARI (acute respiratory infections), dengue fever, ear infections, etc. can also cause vomiting.
Apart from infections, various other conditions can also trigger vomiting, for example head injuries, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), food intolerance or malabsorption, poisoning, food allergies, intestinal inflammation, and so on.
This condition, if it does not improve with the handling of a doctor, should be checked back to the doctor or pediatrician. In addition to repeated laboratory examinations, further examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, etc. may also be done by a doctor. In order to improve your child's complaints, here are our suggestions:
Give your child more milk and water Give him food that is soft, soupy, and easy to digest Do not give children oily, coconut milk, especially if it is processed uncleanly Do not give children instant food and drinks Do not give children other medicines except those prescribe doctor directly Take care of the cleanliness of the environment around children