Right-sided Stomach Pain In A 3-year-old Child And Thick Urine?
My ankle is 3.5 years old, now I have been treated to 4 months, recently she complains that her stomach is hurting right, she rarely drinks, her urine is too thick, my ankle is 12.5kg, I am worried that there is something wrong with my kid’s kidney / liver, I should what to do
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints experienced by your child, can actually occur due to various things, and it can be interconnected or not. First for concentrated urine, this is a natural thing to find if someone rarely drinks or does not have enough fluid needs. And you yourself have already stated that your child rarely drinks, so the cause is clear. The case of drinking is rarely even a problem not only of children, many adults who actually drink less amount in a day. So for the case of concentrated urine, try to make sure your child needs his fluids, and if it is still concentrated even though there is plenty of drinking, then you should look for other possible causes.
Then for right abdominal pain, many things can represent this. Could be due to urinary tract infections, could be due to gastrointestinal infections, appendicitis, urinary tract stones, kidney infections, food poisoning, and much more. Our advice, check your child to the pediatrician for further examination of the complaints he feels. Your pediatrician may later conduct additional tests such as blood tests, x-rays or ultrasound to further narrow the possibility. Treatment that your child will receive later depends on the results of this examination.
In the meantime, do not change the dose, stop, or replace the drugs given to treat TB disease. If you suspect that the drug is causing the complaint now, tell the doctor who treated it, but do not change the dose or stop giving it yourself because it can harm and harm your child. Make sure he gets enough fluids, eat vegetables and fruit, avoid cigarette smoke, pollution, and control routine to the doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.