Relationship Between Babies Having Diarrhea After Drinking Milk And Not Having PCV 1 Vaccine And Rotavirus?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Liquid stools or diarrhea indeed often occur in infants, this is because the digestive system is not yet fully developed so it is still difficult to digest food so that sometimes the contents in dairy products or certain foods will cause abnormal BAB patterns. In addition, liquid bowel movements in children less than 3 years are also often caused by rotavirus infection. Other causes can be bacterial infections, intestinal inflammation, parasitic infections, food or beverage allergies, and others. To ensure the cause of the complaint should consult a pediatrician, the doctor will conduct a direct examination and supporting examinations if needed such as blood tests, feces / stool, and so forth. Treatment will be adjusted to the underlying conditions and causes.
Changes in the pattern of this chapter have nothing to do with the PCV 1 vaccine and rotavirus. Rotavirus vaccine is a type of vaccine that is recommended to be given to children aged 6 months and under to prevent the occurrence of rotavirus infection which can cause severe diarrhea to dehydration. The administration of this vaccine depends on the type of vaccine, some are given at the age of two and four months, and some are given 3 times, namely at the age of two, four, and six months. Giving this vaccine is not recommended for children aged less than 6 weeks or more than 8 months. Therefore, this changing BAB pattern is not directly related to the rotavirus vaccine.
We recommend that you multiply the consumption of fluids to prevent dehydration in children, keep the cleanliness of children's eating and drinking utensils if necessary boiled or sterilized first, wash your hands before contact with children or children's eating / drinking utensils, give ORS when CHAPTER becomes more fluid and frequent, use lactose-free milk, and avoid children from contact with sick people. If the child does not want to drink limp, sunken eyes, pinch the skin back slowly, you should immediately take it to the nearest emergency room hospital because this is a sign of dehydration that requires treatment.
Thus, hopefully it helps.