Infants Aged 2 Months Cough With Phlegm And Often Defecate When Given Formula Milk?
sya want betanya? My child is only 2 months old phlegm and cough with phlegm, but now the phlegm has begun to decrease but the cough with phlegm remains still, but when given formula milk cough phlegm thickens, and also often defecates 4 times a day. Is this an allergy to formula milk huh? Gimna solutions and handling. Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Milk allergy is usually indicated by symptoms of itching, spotting, swelling, vomiting, coughing, wheezing or shortness of breath, diarrhea, cramps and abdominal pain which is characterized by crying nonstop. From the following symptoms we can know that coughing is not one of the common symptoms encountered in people with allergies.
So in the case of your child, our advice should you consult him directly to the pediatrician, so that the trend can be known through a series of historical excavations, physical examinations, and possibly support if deemed necessary. Because without being examined, your child's condition can not be distinguished from acute respiratory infections, flu infections, or even corona infections. So in this case, you should take it seriously and have your child checked immediately if the cough does not improve.
Meanwhile, make sure your child can get as much milk as possible from you, keep away from sick adults, make sure your hands have been washed before touching it, avoid exposure to dust and pollution, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.