Children Vomiting After Sports.?
Hello, I want to ask him for 4 to 4 .. yesterday my child was exercising at midday running, he said … in the morning he didn’t eat breakfast … he had a fever and in the morning the day continued until 4 times he was sick, he didn’t want to eat ..what is the symptom of stomach flu..what is the medicine .. What should I buy Gastroenteritis like in the article..thank you for the answer
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Late eating can indeed cause children to feel nausea, vomiting, and decreased appetite. However, if this is the originator, your child should not have the fever and diarrhea he is experiencing right now.
More likely, fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and decreased appetite that your child experiences due to infection, can be an infection of the digestive tract (gastroenteritis), or it could be an infection in other organ systems. These infections, usually caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites, enter the digestive tract due to children consuming food or drinks that have been contaminated with other patients' feces. Poor personal hygiene, indiscriminate eating habits, eating raw or undercooked food, not closing cooked food, and lazy to wash your hands can further increase your child's risk of developing this disease.
Depending on the cause and severity, your child's condition can be mild, but can also be dangerous. However, if you find your child vomiting and diarrhea very often, or if his fever persists for more than 3 days, we recommend that you consult him directly to the doctor or pediatrician. For more serious cases, your doctor may also encourage your child to undergo further tests, such as urine tests, blood tests, ultrasound, and so on.
At this time, here are the initial treatments you should take:
Make sure your child always eats regularly every 3-5 hours, and only consumes processed foods and drinks that are clean and perfectly cooked
Cultivate children to always wash their hands with antiseptic soap before and after eating, after toileting, and after contacting with feces
Give children more to drink
Give him also food that is easier to digest, first reduce the provision of fried foods, coconut milk, spicy, gassed, sour fruit
Do not carelessly give children drugs without a doctor's prescription
Let the child rest more
Hope this helps ...