How To Deal With Diarrhea Accompanied By Vomiting In Children 15 Months?
Want to ask .. My child is 15 months old..starting Friday the 23rd to the 24th morning the liquid chapter is 5x and vomiting is 5x. The 25th chapter of the liquid was more than 1 km but it didn’t work … On the afternoon of the 26th the liquid chapter was the same as the mlm of 2x. The 27th and 30th of this chapter have not been liquid 1 cm a day, too, it’s been asked … But how come it’s still not possible … That’s what?
Hello Ms. Hajar, Thank you for the question.
What is your child's general condition? Does your child look weak, BAK frequency is reduced, or just getting to sleep? How about the drink intake?
Diarrhea is a condition of increasing frequency of bowel movements (becoming more than 3 times per day) accompanied by a more liquid stool. In general, diarrhea is caused by intestinal infections, which can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites. These symptoms can be accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, fever, abdominal pain, decreased appetite, weakness, headaches, or dizziness. The main treatment in the condition of diarrhea is to maintain drink intake so that sufferers avoid dehydration. Sufferers are encouraged to consume water, juice, broth, or ORS. Maintaining food intake is also an important treatment to maintain nutrition for sufferers. In addition, further treatment can also be given by doctors to treat other symptoms and if the infection is caused by bacteria or parasites.
In addition to intestinal infections, diarrhea in children can also be caused by cow's milk allergy or lactose intolerance.
If your child is unable to maintain food and drink intake, the child looks weak, just sleep, and the frequency of urinating decreases, then you should check your child's condition to the doctor. The doctor needs to ask further questions about your child's symptoms and examine your child. The doctor may also do other testing such as blood tests and stool examinations. The doctor will provide further treatment according to your child's condition.
You can still try to give your child drinks (water, juice, breast milk / formula milk, broth, ORS) little by little. Try to give your child food in small portions but more often. Make sure you always keep your hands clean when preparing food or milk for your child.
Hopefully this information is useful.