Overcoming Diarrhea In Infants Aged 3 Months?
Morning, I want to ask you if I don’t come out anymore. My diarrhea and blood comes out. I give NAN ph pro from Nestle. Because it doesn’t match formula milk, doc.
Let me rewrite your statement to be clearer. Your baby has been drinking a formula of a particular brand for 1 month and then has bloody diarrhea. Oh, I see? Unfortunately you did not mention the age of your baby and how long this diarrhea has lasted.
In very young babies, especially if the baby is born prematurely, then often the digestive system is not fully developed. The intestine has not been able to digest milk protein completely. Normal bacteria in the intestine are also not well developed. The immune system in the intestine is not perfect either. These things easily make babies experience allergies or diarrhea to milk protein, especially cow's milk protein. Symptoms can include diarrhea with or without blood, foul-smelling stools, sometimes slimy or foamy stools, the child's weight does not increase, the stomach looks bloated. This reaction does not necessarily occur when the baby starts consuming formula. Sometimes it takes several weeks or months before a reaction appears.
Consult this with your pediatrician. The doctor will assess the condition of your baby and suggest types of milk that might be used as a substitute. Also, pay attention to the cleanliness of the tools used to make and supply milk. If the baby is in the oral phase, make sure the baby's nails are always short and wash his hands, wash objects or toys that may often get into the baby's mouth. This is important, because it is also possible that bloody diarrhea is caused by gastrointestinal infections.
Thus is my short information, hopefully it can help. Regards.