Nausea And Vomiting In Children When They Smell Is Accompanied By Liquid Bowel Movements?
AssalamuallaikumGood afternoon … my child aged 15 months experience vomiting complaints every time after drinking milk or eating and even smelling. Even yesterday vomiting a day up to 12 times I have consulted a doctor and given a prescription l.bio u0026amp; domperidon This morning I was still vomiting and now I have diarrhea And from yesterday until now my child does not want to consume anything just plain water dog … please enlighten me Thank you
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Diarrhea is a condition where the stool condition changes to become liquid and the frequency of bowel movements increases. Fecal conditions can be completely runny or mucous-like, unlike their normal consistency. Diarrhea can be caused by abnormalities in the digestive tract, for example infections by viruses, bacterial infections, or parasitic infections in the digestive tract. Diarrhea can be accompanied by several other symptoms such as fever, nausea, vomiting, abnormalities in the stools becoming greenish, slimy, bleeding.
In the condition of diarrhea, especially in children, excessive discharge occurs, especially if accompanied by vomiting. The risk of dehydration increases in such a child's condition, there are several signs of dehydration that need to be considered in children, including:
The baby looks thirsty, fussy. The baby continues to vomit, can not drink / eat at all. The baby looks weak. Baby's eyes look coward. Skin turgor is not good. The baby cries but no tears come out. Babies do not urinate more than 3 hours. Seeing the condition of your child who continues to vomit, difficulty drinking, and diarrhea, it is advisable to immediately control the doctor or the nearest pediatrician, if indeed in the examination found signs of dehydration that is quite severe, it may be advisable to do inpatient care. The provision of medicines will be adjusted to your child's condition.
For more information about diarrhea, you can access this link. Keep trying to give milk to babies slowly with sterile aids, avoid giving self-medication without doctor's instructions.
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