Children’s Feces Are Runny And Take Stool After Diarrhea?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, how many times your child is currently defecating (BAB) in a day? Are there still other complaints that are felt, such as nausea, vomiting, bloating, fever, frequent bowel movements, and so on?
Stools that have runny juices, if the frequency is still normal (not more than 3 times a day, are usually harmless. Consistency of stools like this is likely due to the condition of the digestive tract that has not fully recovered after diarrhea. As long as you give him the right treatment, often conditions this will slowly improve in less than 1 week.Here suggestions for handling you can do at home:
Just give your child the medicine as prescribed by the doctor, do not carelessly add drugs or other ingredients Make sure you only give your child food and drinks that are clean, perfectly cooked, do not contain much gas, not too spicy Don't accustom children to overeating instant foods, especially indiscriminate snacks first Give the child food that is easily digested, and does not make it allergic Give children too much to drink You need to be vigilant if your child's liquid stools that occur very often (more than 3 times a day), or appear accompanied by other complaints that are more severe as already mentioned before. In cases like this, if not treated immediately, worry that the child may experience dehydration, impaired electrolyte balance, malnutrition, and various other side effects. It may be that the liquid chapter that your child is experiencing indicates that the digestive tract is back disturbed, for example due to infection, allergies or food poisoning, carbohydrate malabsorption, intestinal inflammation, and so on. Check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician so that appropriate treatment can be given immediately. If deemed necessary, your doctor will be able to recommend that your child undergo a blood test, stool test, ultrasound, or other support so that treatment can be done more optimally.
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