Handling For 10-month-old Babies Who Are Vomiting Due To Colds.?
How to overcome it, normal body, normal breathing, thank you.
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Vomiting is a condition in which the expenditure of stomach contents by force through the mouth where this is the body's response that occurs when there is a disturbance in the body. Disorders or conditions that can cause a vomiting response like what happens to your child pretty much like:
Viral infections (eg dengue fever, hepatitis) Bacterial infections (such as typhus) Overfill of child's stomach contents Coughing out phlegm in children who are coughing Food poisoning Twisting of the intestines Appendicitis Side effects of certain drugs (eg antibiotics) Because there are enough conditions that can cause vomiting complaints, especially in children, then you should immediately bring the child to the doctor or emergency room hospital (if the vomiting is very frequent, many, and causes the child to look weak) for further examination and immediate treatment. The doctor may advise the child to carry out additional tests, such as blood tests, to help determine the cause. Other tests that may be done also depend on the conditions and other complaints that accompany when the doctor performs the examination. After obtaining the results of the examination accompanied by a thorough evaluation based on complaints and physical examination, the new doctor will determine what the main causes of vomiting complaints and what therapy is best to be given.
Conditions such as vomiting may also require treatment if there are signs of dehydration and do not improve after initial therapy, and even the doctor will consult this condition with certain specialists (depending on the diagnosis of the cause) to ensure that the child gets the therapy optimal.
For a while at home before bringing the child to the doctor, make sure the child is getting enough fluids (milk or water) especially if the vomiting is quite severe / frequent. Do not give medicine to vomit without clear doctor's advice. Try to feed the child in small increments when vomiting does not occur.
I hope this helps.