Orange Spots On Diapers And Rarely Drink In Babies Aged 6 Months?
I want to do it, my baby is 6.5 months old, so as long as I do, he rarely drinks breast milk, maybe 2-3 times in a day, he doesn’t pee often and strangely it’s been around this week, there are orange spots on the pempes So, every time I see it, I always see the orange spot, is this dangerous?
From the information you have conveyed, if your baby is not getting optimal fluid intake, then this will cause your baby's BAK frequency to decrease, so this condition indicates that your baby's fluid needs, either from breast milk or sufor, are also not optimal.
When your baby experiences an imbalance in meeting the needs of body fluids, the amount of urine and frequency will decrease, and this condition can cause irritation of the urinary tract to a urinary tract infection. However, this needs to be confirmed directly by your family doctor or your pediatrician. By direct viewing and direct examination, the doctor can find out the possible causes, whether due to infection, injury, skin bleeding, or other skin diseases in the area around the genitals.
Treatment will be given according to the results obtained.
For now, you can try to balance your baby's fluid needs. Your baby's drinking frequency can be around 1 drink every 2-3 hours. Take time to provide stimulation to help babies increase their fluid intake.
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