Often Fussy, Limp And Pale Lips In Children Aged 2 Years?
,, want to ask … my child is 2 years old now … why is my child’s lips pale and lemes ,,, always fussy do. … that’s about why yes ?? keep going how to overcome it? and what are the remedies for children aged 2 years huh ..?
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First of all, of course it is necessary to know in advance whether the fuss experienced by your child is normal fuss or not. Caring for children aged 2 years is different from taking care of babies under 1 year. A 2-year-old child wants to show his independence and has his own desires, so the problem often faced by parents of this age is children who become more often angry, crying, fussy, and do not want to be regulated.
However, if you see symptoms of pale lips of children and children who always look weak (not actively playing like children their age), then you should take your child to the pediatrician. This condition can be caused by several possibilities, for example the child has anemia, the child has certain infections (for example tuberculosis), the child has certain autoimmune diseases, certain hormonal disorders, or certain cancers in children. Direct examination must be carried out including physical examination and supporting examination to determine the exact cause. Treatment, of course, must be adjusted to the cause.
For now, there are several things you can do:
pay attention to your child's eating patterns, whether your child has eaten a nutritious food that is complete and sufficient amount, if not, then try to improve your child's diet
pay attention to whether the child gets enough sleep and rest every day, if not, then improve your child's sleep patterns
pay attention to your child's growth and development, whether the increase in body weight and height is quite good and whether the development is in accordance with his age, if not, then take the child to the pediatrician for further evaluation
pay attention to whether there is exposure to certain chemicals or toxins in children (for example exposure to cigarette smoke at home), if yes, then avoid these exposures
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