Infants Aged 1 Month Often Defecate But Little By Little And Rashes In The Anus?
Good night, my child is 1 month old 1 day the chapter is a little bit like kecepirit, even if I stretch out the chapter, sometimes I don’t know if my baby is a chapter because suddenly there are yellow spots on the diaper so often the chapter comes out frequently causing red rashes in the anal area. Color phases that are often out, golden yellow and there are grains. What I want to ask is the normal phase of my child’s chapter? Or do I need to have my child doctor checked? Thank you
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The signs of a 1-month-old baby having a bowel movement are the frequency of bowel movements almost 10 times a day, the consistency of liquid up to the shape of paste, yellow color, no blood, no mucus, no foul odor.
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If the bowel movements are stubborn and small, but often accompanied by a yellowish color, it is still possible to defecate the baby in normal conditions, but if accompanied by the presence of blood, mucus, foul odors, it is necessary to consult a pediatrician.
For rashes in the anal area, I would like to ask beforehand whether the baby drinks full milk or mixed with formula milk, because the sign from the red anal area can be caused due to an allergy to cow's milk, or other causes such as inflammation of the skin or can be caused due to an infection .
In order to get a more accurate explanation and treatment, mothers should bring their babies to consult a pediatrician.
Some ways to prevent red rashes on the anal area:
- Applying baby oil or special moisturizing lotion in the anal area after every diaper cleaning or after bathing
- immediately wash clean and replace baby diapers that have run out of bowel or bladder
-Keep personal hygiene, baby and the environment
Thus, hopefully useful