Overcoming The Navel Of A Child Who Secretes Fluid But Does Not Smell?
Hi my child is runny cmn doesn’t smell. That’s because of what? What ointment or ointment should you take … thank you before,
Hello, Thank you for your question.
Complaints about watery, smelly belly can be caused by a bacterial infection. In addition to causing smelling or pus discharge, bacterial infections can also cause the skin around the navel area to become red, swollen, feel warm, hurt, and have a fever. In addition to bacterial infections, this complaint can be caused by other conditions such as:
urachal cyst fungal infection. When the child is in the womb, the child's bladder is connected to the umbilical cord by a channel called urachus so that urine from the fetus can be removed from the body. Usually before birth, this channel will close by itself. However, in some babies, this channel does not close completely and cause the formation of urachal cysts, which contain sebaceous cyst fluid. Please check your child's condition to a pediatrician. In addition to asking further questions about the symptoms your child is experiencing, the doctor also needs to do an examination on your child. From this examination, the doctor will find out the cause and can provide appropriate treatment. Handling that will be given by doctors varies for one condition with another condition. Meanwhile, you can clean your child's belly button with clean water and dry it to dry. Keep your child's body clean by bathing him regularly.
Hopefully this information helps you.