How To Deal With A 6 Month Old Baby’s Anus That Is Blisters Due To Difficulty Defecating?
morning, at this time my child is 6 months old, bb 7.5 kg. often fussy when you want to CHAPTER r n, it’s been almost 2 weeks that the CHAPTER tends to be dry and there are also a few blisters on the outside of the rectum, how to deal with it .. r nthank you.
Hi Hafidza .. Thank you for the question given.
Children who are fussy when going to defecate can indicate constipation in children. The child becomes fussy because the child feels pain when going to defecate. Constipation in infants is defecating less than 2x a week, the consistency of the stool is denser and harder, and the child looks in pain when going to defecate. Hard stools can also injure the walls around the anus, causing injury and bleeding. Blisters around the anus are also called anal fissures which can occur due to constipation / semeblite, or because of irritation of the area around the anus. These blisters if only small can heal on their own, but if the blisters expand until they bleed, it's a good idea to have your child examined by a pediatrician. Also if the complaint of constipation is accompanied by vomiting, bowel movements accompanied by blood, there is a lump in the anus. To reduce complaints, you can maintain the cleanliness of the area around the anus, avoid rubbing too hard after the child defecates, give enough fluid intake every day, pay attention to formula milk and food consumed by children to prevent allergies, and give children enough fiber intake through vegetables and fruit.
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