Deep Heat, Dry Lips, Weakness, And Decreased Appetite In Children?
Hello, sorry I want to ask for a nap, I have a niece around 2 years old, now I have a hot skit inside, the body is hot, the lips are dry, the body is limp, you don’t eat, every night the minute turns up to morning and has been crying for almost a week, already brobat to the nearest hospital too, but still like that, please help, thank you
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Heartburn, fever, dry lips, weakness, and decreased appetite in children may indicate he is having an infection. Various types of microorganisms can trigger this infection, the most common are viruses or bacteria. Symptoms of this infection can also vary depending on the type and location of the infection. If you view the symptoms of your niece, this infection may occur in the digestive tract (eg tonsillopharyngitis, gastroenteritis, typhoid fever), respiratory tract (ARI), measles, dengue fever, hepatitis, urinary tract infections, and so on. As a result of the discomfort that arises due to this infection, it is clear the child can become fussy, cry often, and have trouble sleeping.
Some other conditions, such as dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), allergies, exposure to extreme temperatures, and so on can also worsen your niece's complaints.
If the complaint has occurred for 1 week, and does not improve with the handling of a doctor, we recommend that you check it back to the doctor or pediatrician to be evaluated, whether the condition is dangerous, or not. Advanced tests, such as laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasound, etc. may be recommended by your nephew to your doctor.
To anticipate early, you can help resolve your niece's complaints with the following steps:
Give him paracetamol medicine Give him also more drink, especially water Make sure he still eats, although a little, but often Let your nephew more rest Avoid him from exposure to excessive cold air Give him warm clothes keep always clean the environment around him No carelessly give him drugs without a doctor's prescription.