Overcoming Difficult BAB Accompanied By Anal Lumps In Infants Aged 9 Months
How do I deal with lumps in my baby? Already starting to replace milk is still difficult chapter and the lump is getting bigger. My baby is 9 months old. Please help
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Lumps in the anus are also referred to as hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are the dilation of blood vessels due to pressure on the stool or injury due to diarrhea. In addition to hemorrhoids, lumps can be caused by rectal prolapse, a condition where the intestine descends through the anal canal which can occur in children under 4 years of age.
To determine a definitive diagnosis, it is necessary to have an interview, physical examination and support. But for the cause of a lump in the baby's anus and accompanied by a difficult chapter, it can lead to ambein caused by constipation or difficulty defecating. Difficulty defecating in children or infants can be affected by the wrong diet. Infants who have consumed MP-ASI must be really concerned about the contents of their food, for example, balanced with vegetable fiber, fruit, and adequate water consumption. Because if it is not met properly, it will cause severe symptoms and appear hemorrhoid.
There are several tips that can be done, to reduce the symptoms of difficult chapters, including:
give children foods that are rich in fiber
meet the needs of white water in children
invite children to actively move
soaking the anal area with warm water 2x a day
Generally, hemorrhoid symptoms in children will disappear within about a week if it has been given treatment at home, but if it does not disappear then immediately check your child to the pediatrician.
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