Diarrhea For More Than 7 Days In Children Aged 14 Months?
Hello .. My child is 14 months old, diarrhea has been 7 days old, I took the first day of Lgsg diarrhea to the doctor and was given interzinc, lacto-B and ORS, but until the 7th day the BaB was still soft, yellow sometimes a little green. than 5 times a day, a red, irritated rash appears around the rectum. But my child remains active, drinks a lot of formula milk as usual, doesn’t vomit, doesn’t have a fever. Please for the info, thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Diarrhea in children, red rash and irritation around the rectum, can occur due to various things, including:
Milk allergy Lactose intolerance or lactose intolerance Diaper rash Parasitic, bacterial and / or viral infections of the digestive tract Too much consumption of fruit juices Allergy to certain foods or drugs Food poisoning
In your child's condition, if the complaints still persist when the medicine runs out, then you should return to the pediatrician who treated your child before (or go to the pediatrician if previously treated by a general practitioner) for evaluation and comparison of their conditions before receiving the drug and after receiving drug. In addition, also try to remember whether there are foods or drinks that are consumed for the first time or that are not guaranteed cleanliness that can trigger this complaint.
In addition, when a child has diarrhea, the most concern is the potential for dehydration or lack of fluids. So if your child looks limp, lazy to drink, his eyes look cowong, sunken crown, cries but does not come out of tears, and his skin when pinched does not return to normal, immediately take it to the emergency room of the nearest hospital for immediate treatment. hopefully answer your question.