Slimy Diaper Rash And Baby Excrement.?
Good night … My baby is 3 weeks old, has redness on the buttocks (butt) u0026amp; crotch. Already given diaper anti-rash ointment but it never gets better and every time I clean it I always fuss (cry). Is there a product that I should replace … ?? (Diapers u0026amp; sufor) Is there any medicine that I have to give to my baby … ??
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Diaper rash is an inflammatory process that occurs in areas of baby's skin that are exposed to diapers, especially the buttocks and lower abdomen areas. Diaper rash can occur due to skin exposure to urine and baby's feces that are accommodated in the diaper, causing a reaction on the skin. Symptoms that can be monitored from diaper rash include babies who appear more fussy when using diapers, and appear reddish / red rashes on the baby's buttocks skin or the area around the anal canal.
The cause of diaper rash other than urine and feces can be caused by the type of diaper material that causes irritation or cleaning agents used. Can substitute or change the type of diapers and cleaning agents used to prevent symptoms of widespread diaper rash.
In the condition of suspicion of fecal abnormalities in children, it should be noted that diarrhea is one of the conditions that can be found in children. Diarrhea is a condition where the stool consistency changes to become liquid, and the frequency of bowel movements increases. The consistency of stool in children who appear slimy and suspected blood spots need to be examined further, since when this condition arises, how the habit of drinking ASI children, whether accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, nausea and vomiting, whether there is difficulty drinking in children or use cleaning and storage of unhygienic milk bottles. Before control to the doctor can take pictures of the stool that is suspected of being abnormal or not as usual, information about the stool can help diagnose abnormalities in children. BAB defects can indicate a disruption in the digestive tract caused by viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections.
To handle your child's condition, it is recommended that you first check with a pediatrician for an examination and management that is appropriate to your child's condition. Avoid using and changing self-medication without doctor's instructions.
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