Solution To Overcome Diarrhea After Changing Formula Milk?
I want to ask when my baby is 0 to one year old I use SGM milk, then I change soale, it’s hard to find … then I replace the vidoran milk, it’s already 3 months old, how come the diarrhea is coming, why is the solution?
Hello Estisetya, Thank you for the question.
In addition to the frequent frequency of bowel movements, does your baby have other complaints? Diarrhea is a condition of increasing frequency of bowel movements (reaching more than 3 times per day) accompanied by the consistency of stools that become more fluid. Symptoms that occur in children are usually accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, weakness, decreased appetite, frequent flushing, fussing, appearing skin rashes, dry lips, decreased urinary frequency, and others. In general, diarrhea is caused by intestinal infections either viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections. However, usually these symptoms will be accompanied by changes in stool color, stool mixed with mucus or blood, stools that smell bad, and some of the other symptoms mentioned above. In addition, diarrhea in children can also be caused by food poisoning, cow's milk allergy, lactose intolerance, impaired food absorption, and side effects of drugs.
There are a number of suggestions you can do:
while maintaining the intake of food and drink children (water, broth, ORS) so that the child's nutrition is maintained and protected from dehydration
give food that is easily digested and avoid giving fibrous food
Avoid giving fruit juice or soft drinks
always keep your hands clean before preparing and giving food to children
accustom children to wash their hands before and after eating and after going to the toilet
If this diarrhea lasts more than 1 week or is accompanied by symptoms of high fever, continuous vomiting, weakness, and the frequency of urination decreases, you should immediately consult a doctor first for further examination. The doctor will conduct an examination to determine the cause of diarrhea (physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood tests, stool examination, etc.) before determining the appropriate treatment for this condition.
Hopefully this information helps you.