Flatulence Accompanied By Painful Bowel Movements In A 1 Month Baby?
Greetings doctor. I want to ask my pediatrician, 1mth 8hrs, has a stomach already 1member, how come it hasn’t subsided “and every time you want to fart or the chapter seems difficult until 5 minutes once it is full ” strong until “I can’t bear to see it? Is it normal or is there indigestion? and it will affect other people, please advise my doctor, thank you
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Pain during bowel movements is a common occurrence in babies. Babies are usually seen crying and in pain before defecating. This condition is still considered normal if the stool is still soft and free of blood. This condition occurs because the baby still has difficulty learning to defecate and usually disappears by itself after the age of 6 months. However, this condition can be an abnormal condition, for example Hirschprung's disease. Hirschprung's disease is a condition that affects the large intestine, thus interfering with the process of passing stool. Hirschprung's disease is a congenital disorder that is usually marked by the delay in the first bowel movement, which is after 48 hours. Other symptoms that may appear are a distended stomach, vomiting, constipation, and diarrhea.
Therefore, you should bring your baby to your pediatrician for examination. The doctor will perform a direct examination to see if there is any disturbance in the baby's digestive tract. If an abnormality is indeed suspected, the doctor may ask your child to undergo further tests, such as an X-ray. If there is an abnormality, the doctor will explain to you the action plan to be carried out on your child.
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