How To Treat Vomiting In Children.?
Hello, why does my child have a cold cough and vomit and his body is warm and what are the consequences and how to treat / treat my child?
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Need to be clarified, how long has this complaint been your baby's experience? How many times does he vomit in a day? And what is his body temperature too?
Colds, coughs, and fevers in infants often indicate infection of the respiratory tract. Infections in other organ systems, such as measles, urinary tract infections, dengue fever, typhoid fever, otitis media, etc. often show symptoms similar to respiratory infections at the beginning of the development of the disease. In addition to infections, allergies, irritations, to aspirations (choking of foreign substances besides air into the airways) can also aggravate colds and coughs in infants. Because the accumulation of phlegm around the throat is relatively difficult to swallow or cough up by the baby, it is not uncommon for the baby to be vomiting. Vomiting can also indicate an increase in stomach acid due to the influence of the disease.
If your baby's complaint has occurred more than 3 days, we recommend that you do not carelessly give your baby medicine. Check him directly to the doctor or pediatrician to be given the best management. Some types of drugs, or maybe also supporting tests, such as x-rays or laboratories, may be recommended by your doctor to deal with your baby's complaints.
At home, you can do the following suggestions:
Give your baby more milk, not add any food or drink. Compress the baby's neck or armpit with warm water. If the body temperature is measured to be higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius, give the baby paracetamol according to the doctor's recommended dosage (first measure with a thermometer) Give baby clothes that warm, absorb sweat Wash the baby with warm water Do not use a fan or air conditioner around the baby Bask in the sun in the morning about 5 to 15 minutes before 9 o'clock in the morning so that phlegm in the airways melts So that the baby does not vomit, after suckle, burp it, avoid breastfeeding the baby while lying down, avoid also the use of pacifiers Hope it helps ya ..