Diarrhea In Babies?
Good afternoon, I am Eno the mother of a baby who is currently 6m11d. It’s been more than a week the diarrhea hasn’t healed. My child does not drink breast milk because the milk does not come out.
Diarrhea in children is often a cause for concern for many parents. Young children are more prone to dehydration and therefore require extra attention when large amounts of fluid are lost through diarrhea. Some of the causes of persistent diarrhea that can be found in children include:
Gastrointestinal infections due to poor food hygiene or children's own hygiene (likes to put their hands in their mouths) certain food poisoning allergies to certain foods gastrointestinal adjustments to certain textures or types of food side effects of drugs Treatment of diarrhea that you can do for your child is give him replacement fluid intake to avoid complications of diarrhea in the form of dehydration and electrolyte deficiency. If for one reason or another the child is no longer able to consume fluids, then do not hesitate to immediately take him to the emergency unit for further treatment. Regarding MPASI itself, what is more emphasized is the texture of the food which is refined, and the smoothness begins to decrease with age. fish and vegetables and other meats can begin to be given after the age of 6 months, of course with texture adjustments. Here we attach an article about MPASI. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief