Fever, Flu And Red Spots Come Out In Infants Aged 10 Months.?
At noon, I want to ask, my child is 10 months old and already 1 week of fussing, three days of high heat and flu, I take it to the doctor, the next day my body and face come out red spots, if the parents say the name is revealed, the appearance is gone but the child I’m still fussy and I don’t want to eat, why should I guess, thanks
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Fever, colds, accompanied by red spots that come out in almost the whole body can indeed be caused by measles (tampek, rubeola). This condition is caused by a virus, which is transmitted easily from sufferers to other people through splashes of respiratory tract mucus. When experiencing this condition, children will obviously feel uncomfortable, so they tend to be more fussy and have trouble sleeping. Not only that, measles often also triggers inflammation in the throat and increased stomach acid, so that it can reduce a child's appetite.
In addition to measles, many other conditions can also trigger complaints such as that of your child, for example scarlatina fever, dengue fever, chickenpox, atopic dermatitis with secondary infections, allergies, and so on. Decreased appetite of your child, in addition to being caused by the process of recovery after illness, can also occur due to indigestion due to other causes, such as food allergies, infections, intolerance, malabsorption, intestinal inflammation, and so on.
It is better if the medicine from the doctor has run out and your child does not seem to show significant improvement, check it back to the doctor or pediatrician, right? Further treatment can be given by the doctor, including for example by directing your child to undergo further tests, such as laboratories, etc.
For now, so that your child improves and his appetite recovers, here are our suggestions for you:
Feed your child more often with breast milk, also give him more water Give children food that is easier to digest, with small portions but often Do not give children too much oily, coconuty, and too acidic food Limit also giving food and drinks instant, especially indiscriminate snacks Varied types of food every day, for finger food, the form of food according to the child's favorite Do not carelessly give medicine to children without a doctor's prescription Let the child rest more Hopefully it helps ..