Handling Difficult Defecation Until Vomiting In Children Aged 2 Years?
Congratulations mlm, I have a child aged 2 years 4 months … why about 2 weeks … every time my child defecates must vomit … my child will vomit if Fesesx is hard even though we already provide intake of vegetables and fruits … is it dangerous or not? And how to handle it? Thank you …
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BAB accompanied by vomiting is generally a reasonable condition if it is not accompanied by other signs of infection. Signs of infection to watch out for include high fever> 39 ° C and lasting more than 3 days, continuous nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, headache, joint pain, neck stiffness, weakness, the child does not want to eat or drink.
Hard stool will trigger the child to push. Excessive straining causes stomach pressure to increase, this condition can stimulate the gag reflex so that the child will feel like vomiting when pushing.
You don't need to worry that the condition isn't a serious health problem.
Actions that must be done is to help children not to experience constipation (CHAPTER difficult due to hard stool).
Constipation or difficult bowel movements in children often make children feel uncomfortable. Constipation can occur due to food consumption and other more serious illnesses. Poor diet / consumption of children's food, including lack of consumption of fibrous foods, vegetables, and fruit as well as lack of fluids, consuming too much milk which is too concentrated or lack of physical activity can trigger constipation in children. Pain when straining can also cause trauma to defecate, causing children to prefer to hold back bowel movements and there is ongoing constipation.
To help reduce complaints, give more fluids every day, increase the consumption of fibrous foods from vegetables and fruit, multiply outside activities for children, and provide education so that children do not often hold their bowel movements. If necessary, check with your nearest doctor to get further examinations and evaluations as well as administering treatments such as laxatives that are safe for your child.
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