Cough Cold Colds Accompanied By Vomiting In Infants Aged 9 Months?
my 9-month-old child has a cold and coughing cold and vomiting, if in the morning the body is not hot but if the night the body is hot, is that a symptom of typhus or ispa ??
Hello Mey, Thank you for the question.
Colds or colds are viral infections of the upper respiratory tract (nose and throat). In addition to coughing and colds, children can also experience fever, nasal congestion, runny eyes, earaches, loss of appetite, and fuss. This disease is easily transmitted from one person to another through splashes of coughing and sneezing. Coughs and colds can also be caused by colds and bronchitis.
Vomiting can occur in children who experience coughing because when coughing the pressure in the chest cavity increases and causes pressure on the stomach so that vomiting can occur. However, you do need to be aware of other causes of complaints of fever and vomiting such as gastroenteritis, which are infections of the stomach and intestine caused by viral or bacterial infections (including typhus). Typhus is a digestive tract infection caused by Salmonella typhii bacteria. To make sure someone has typhus requires examination by a doctor and blood test.
To ensure the cause of your child's complaints further examination by a doctor is needed. If this complaint has lasted for several days you should direct your child's condition to the doctor. In addition to asking about your child's symptoms, your doctor also needs to do an examination on your child and support examinations if needed such as blood tests. Further treatment will be given by the doctor according to the cause
Please do the following suggestions too:
take care of your child's food and drink intake
monitor your child's BAK frequency and general condition of your child
monitor your child's body temperature with a thermometer regularly
do compress with plain water on his body to relieve fever
give parasaetamol according to the recommended dosage to relieve fever
I hope this helps.