Faint Pale Lips And Vomiting After Playing In A 4-year-old Child.?
Good night, I want to ask the cause of a 4-year-old child suddenly fainted, and white lips and vomit after playing run, when I was 2 years old I also worked like that in drong sdkit bce his friend fell down with white lips, I was very nervous my ankle condition, pnykit ap kh. Thank you
Hello Jumiati, thank you for asking.
It is best to add information such as how long the incident has occurred, how often, if what event occurs, and how the symptoms have improved. In children who suddenly stop while playing, because of the appearance of shortness of breath or gasping, pale or bluish lips, bluish fingers, flared nostrils, cold sweat, then generally doctors will suspect a congenital heart defect. Generally, if congenital heart defects are quite severe, symptoms can be seen since the baby, or when a toddler. Symptoms can also occur when children start school and there is an increase in activity. Symptoms are most often experienced when a child is playing or doing activities, suddenly the child stops or squats, then tries to take a breath. In some cases, fainting can occur, or cold sweats accompanied by vomiting. That is because the heart does not pump enough blood to all body tissues, so the lungs and brain lack oxygen. Lack of oxygen causes tightness, pale or bluish, and fainting.
Congenital heart disease can affect the dividing barrier between heart chambers, heart valves, blood vessel valves, or a combination of these. The causes are various, can be caused by pregnancy disorders, disorders when embryo formation, infection in the mother during pregnancy, lifestyle and eating patterns that are not right for the mother, the mother suffering from certain diseases, the mother consumes certain drugs, exposure to cigarette smoke and other chemicals, gene abnormalities, or chromosomal abnormalities.
Mothers should consult with a pediatrician for this problem. Pediatricians may need to refer to a cardiologist for echocardiography to assess the condition of the heart chambers and heart pumps. The action certainly depends on the type and severity of the disorder.
Other possibilities that cause symptoms in a mother child are disorders of the lungs, disorders of the central nerve, or muscle disorders. We recommend that you immediately contact the treating pediatrician. Limit the child's activities and monitor the child while playing. If the child is suddenly unconscious for a long time, immediately run to the nearest emergency room. Avoid children from people who are infected, so that your child is not infected.
Thus our brief review, hopefully it will benefit you. Regards.