Do Not Want To Eat Because Molars Grow In Children 15 Months?
Dear … My child is 15 months old and has a fever and is very difficult to eat, after I take him to the doctor in addition to the flu and cough, his molars will grow, will he not eat the baby enough with formula milk and if he takes medicine, is it safe without eating ?
Hello Wahono, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com.
Before I introduce, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Fever is a sign and symptom in the human body that usually arises because of the body's immune system reaction against pathogens from the outside. Almost all infectious diseases begin with a fever. Body temperature at the time of fever above 37.5 ° C. But in some conditions, fever is not accompanied by an infection. Some things that can give rise ie
Infectious diseases, such as viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic infections. Inflammatory conditions Receive several types of immunizations Receive drugs, etc. From the story that you tell your child's fever conditions can occur due to two things, namely the presence of infections (such as flu, cough, etc.) and the presence of inflammatory reactions due to graham teeth that will grow.
Other symptoms that can accompany fever are:
- Headaches - Sweating - Shivering - Anxiety - Muscle pain - Loss of appetite - The things above are very natural to happen when you have a fever, especially loss of appetite. But you still have to meet your child's daily needs (15 months of age). What you can do now is:
Monitor the state of small fever (Do not exceed 39 'C) Inadequate daily needs (either liquid or food) I recommend foods with a soft consistency better because it is easy to digest, and give formula milk if the child is not nauseous. Choose the type of food and drink that most children love. If there is nausea, vomiting, and severe diarrhea (intake of food and fluid is very less) go to the hospital immediately. Taking medicine after eating is better, and do not coincide with milk. So the answers I hope can help.
Thank you :)