Overcoming Children Crying At Night To Vomit?
Pg, if my child is fussy crying at night, on June 1 2018 at night I was given sleep on t4 sleep then suddenly cried until vomiting was checked there was swelling on the outer skin of the eye maybe the effect of being bitten by an insect or what we don’t know, since that mlm is not I want to sleep until morning and cry when I want to be carried and don’t want to sleep, at t4 I sleep, the next day my child is hot, then I give sanmol syrup and the heat subsides, but it’s really warm again .. r n I cried all night or maybe because there was another effect ..? Then, in the morning my child is not fussy except at night .. Thank you.
Thank you Claritha Apriliona Bere for your question on the HealthReplies.com forum, hot conditions or fever generally indicate an immune system reaction in a person, which usually occurs when an infection is present. This infectious condition can be caused by a variety of conditions such as:
- Respiratory tract infections such as cough and cold
- skin infections
- hordeolum (very rare)
Where the swollen eyes in children can be caused by several conditions such as hordeolum, blepharitis, crying too long, or other diseases that cause fluid buildup such as kidney problems.
Hordeolum or what is known as a stye generally does not cause fever, although in some cases this condition can be accompanied by a fever. This condition is caused by a bacterial infection of the eyelid. In this condition, symptoms can appear such as:
- red eyelids
- looks a lump or swelling
- usually in only one eye
- feels pain
- watery eyes
In this condition, usually treatment can be given antibiotic ointment for the eyes. However, it is better if the current condition of your child can be examined first with the related doctor so that it can be carried out directly to ensure the condition before it can be given an appropriate treatment. Regarding crying all night which causes fever, until now to our knowledge there is no data that shows a cause and effect relationship between these two conditions.
The following is an article about the hordeolum
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