Infants Aged 5 Months Seem To Be Straining When They Are Pregnant?
I am asking … I have a baby aged 5 months every time I pee how come I push but don’t cry, don’t have a fever, the child is also cheerful “just, why is it?
Hi Wiwin, Thank you for your question.
Babies who seem to be straining during BAK may be normal. This is because the foreskin of the baby's penis is not easily pulled and blocks the urinary opening. Due to obstruction in the flow of urine, the baby has to push to pass urine. This condition of a baby's foreskin that is not easily pulled is known as phimosis. There are also several other conditions that can cause this symptom:
narrowing of the urinary tract / urethral stricture blockage of the urinary tract obstruction of the valve that connects the bladder to the urinary tract To determine whether this condition requires further treatment or not, you should consult with a pediatrician first so that the doctor can examine your child for ascertain the cause. If it is caused by a more serious medical condition, treatment can be done earlier. In the meantime, please keep your child's genital area clean.
Hope this information is helpful.