Is It Normal To Vomit In Infants After Consumption Of Milk?
My child is 25 months old, the last few days consumption of milk in a day is only 1-2 cups (200ml – 400ml), the bowel is watery (bowel intensity in 3-5 times a day), when going to sleep restlessly, often ask to be carried, even 2 days ago after bathing in the morning my child vomited (before eating), as well as last night (during snacking after eating the main menu u0026amp; toothbrush) the intensity of vomiting 1x / day. However, for active daily activities as usual. His appetite is quite good even though he is quite picky for the menu. Because of the past few weeks I have been training to wean my child, therefore I am not too worried about these symptoms. It’s just that makes me worried about the symptoms of vomiting u0026amp; lack of milk consumption.When the symptoms of vomiting in infants is still in the normal stage u0026amp; what is the difference between the signs of toddlers who are experiencing digestive problems with weaned. Thank you.
Thank you for the question.
As long as the appetite and drink of a child is good, and he grows and develops normally according to his age standard, in fact the process of weaning breast milk does not have to be done by giving formula milk. So that he is able to grow and develop properly, you just make sure that you give him enough variety of foods and drinks that have a balanced nutritional value every day. In fact, improper formula feeding may sometimes cause children to experience indigestion, including diarrhea (watery bowel movements more than 3 times a day) and vomiting as your child is experiencing at the moment.
The question is, how long have you given this formula milk to your child? And how long has the diarrhea and vomiting occurred?
Aside from inappropriate formula milk, diarrhea, vomiting, anxiety, and fussing that your child is experiencing may also occur due to digestive infections, dyspepsia, allergies or malabsorption of food and drinks, poisoning, intestinal inflammation, and so on.
Without checking it directly, it is certainly not right for us to ascertain the cause of the complaint. But we suggest, if the complaint has been going on for 3 days or more, you should check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician for further evaluation, including blood tests, stool tests, or ultrasound if deemed necessary. At home, you can ease the complaint by:
Give the child lots of water Give him also to eat a little but often Choose first the type of food that is easily digested for children, not too fatty, coconuty, oily, gassed, especially spicy Don't make it a habit to give children instant food and drinks, snacking carelessly, especially consuming immature food Always keep the environment clean around the child Ask the child to rest more Hopefully it helps yes ..