Diarrhea In Children Aged 6 Years?
Morning! My 6-year-old child is playing with his friend and doing punches and kicks in the stomach of his friend, now his friend is sick with diarrhea, vomiting, fever and abdominal pain, I want to ask if the pain of my child friend can be caused by beatings and kick by my child? Thank you
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Complaints of vomiting, diarrhea and fever may be caused by an inflammatory process in the digestive system or malfunctioning of the digestive system. If the patient has experienced a history of trauma to the abdomen, then trauma to the abdomen can trigger digestive function disorders or inflammation. Some accompanying complaints, such as:
1. abdominal pain to stomach cramps
2. nausea and vomiting
4. bruises in the truama area
6. diarrhea can occur in more severe cases where inflammation occurs in the organs or disorders of the digestive contraction system
The risk of trauma to the organ in the digestive tract is a separate risk factor that must be considered, both for the intestinal organs, liver, splen, stomach, or in the kidneys and ribs. The complications of blows are at risk of bleeding in the abdominal cavity or intestinal bleeding into a separate risk for emergency emergencies. So that an examination by a pediatrician and / or pediatric surgeon is needed to ensure the presence or absence of complications from trauma or blows to the abdomen.
Apart from trauma to the stomach, complaints of nausea, diarrhea and fever can also be caused by other medical conditions, namely:
1. a digestive infection or food poisoning
2. food allergies
3. food intolerance
4. virus infection
5. parasitic infections
To ensure all of this, and prevent unexpected complications, you should advise the child to consult and consult a pediatrician or pediatric surgeon. Thus, the doctor can directly ascertain the condition of the child after experiencing trauma to the stomach. Thus, the doctor can also ascertain whether the complaints felt at this time are caused by trauma or other medical conditions.
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