Difficult BAB And BAB Hard In Children Aged 3 Years?
Good evening, I want to ask about my child having a difficult bowel movement and loud bowel movements. my child always defecates every chapter and comes out a long time. my child felt this since the age of 6 months to now. my child is very difficult to eat at most eating only 4 mouthfuls, and eating vegetables and fruit is very difficult too. what is the solution and medicine? Do I need to take my child to the gastroenterologist? I am very sorry for every child dear BAB always like this and has been too long like this. please help answer yes. thanks.
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Difficult eating indeed often makes children have difficulty defecating due to the lack of nutritional intake into the body. Especially if the child is very difficult to consume fruits and vegetables. Difficult CHAPTER can also be caused by lack of drinking, improper toilet training, blockage of the gastrointestinal tract (for example due to intussusception, volvulus, hernia, hardened faeces), food allergies, viral or bacterial infections, intolerance or malabsorption, metabolic disorders, thyroid gland disorders, and so on. The things above can also cause children to be lazy to eat.
If indeed this condition has lasted a long time, you should indeed check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician. It is feared, the hard and difficult bowel that he experienced can trigger anal wounds that are difficult to heal. More than that, the difficulty of eating that your child is at risk also causes growth and development to be disrupted. With early treatment, of course your child's condition can be resolved faster.
Here are the steps you can do at home:
Feed children the right way:
Make an interesting display of food
Serve foods with a variety, taste good according to children's tastes
Accompany children to eat
Teach children to eat alone, do not always be fed
Limit snacks between meals
Discipline applies mealtime
Don't make it a habit for children to eat while playing or staring at gadgets
Give children an understanding of the importance of eating for their health
Give your child enough to drink
Teach children not to hold back their bowels so they are not hard
Encourage children to actively move and indulge
Do not carelessly give children drugs without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...