The Baby’s Stomach Is 5 Months With A History Of Stomach Ulcers Often Loud And Ringing?
Hello, my baby is 5 months old. When he was 4 months old he was treated in the trigger due to pneumonia until seizures. When the trigger is installed, the hose is installed. After several hours of being installed, there was a dark red liquid coming out of the tube which indicated blood. At that time I was given an explanation that the cause was an infection of the lungs that had invaded the stomach so that the wound without any further checking. The temperature is normal. Oxygen 99. Dusted every day. Pupnya 1-2x a day dark brown mucus and a lot. But every time he cried his stomach screams hard and I often hear the sound when carried. his voice like he farted but sourced from his stomach. My baby drinks formula and breast milk. Previously, I have tried different types of php milk, soy, non-lactose, none of which matched, which often made him scream when pooping. Finally, drinking s26 promil and suitable. My question, is this just a common cold or does it have something to do with the stomach that has been injured? I plan to bring him to a doctor in a gastro specialist but I heard that the examination method must be with insufficient endoscopy on ultrasound. Is it safe for a baby this small? Or could it be the pain because it doesn’t match the milk? Please enlighten me. thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Complaints of a baby's stomach is loud and ringing, can occur due to various things, it could even be normal. For the possibility that this condition is normal, it is natural that the stomach hardens when crying. This is because to make a crying sound, your child uses the help of stomach muscles. It's only natural that when he doesn't cry, his stomach becomes soft again. A new strong stomach is dangerous if followed by a fever, or the baby appears limp.
For the voice from the stomach is also normal, because this indicates there is movement from the intestine. If there is bowel movement in which there is air, the air will make a sound. More or less the same when an adult's stomach sounds when starving.
If it's not normal, it could be a cold. It could also be symptoms of milk allergy, lactose intolerance, or infection of the digestive tract. It is not impossible also this has something to do with digestive complaints experienced when treated. All of these possibilities could have happened because it has not been done directly on your child. That is also the reason why her child's doctor may need an endoscope, because there is a point where doctors cannot determine the condition without the help of certain tools.
Our advice, you should still take your child to the pediatrician. If you are afraid of endoscopy of your child, you have the right to refuse. But at a minimum, her child's doctor has performed a history and direct physical examination. That way, the possibility must have been pursed. When the doctor then requests an endoscope, you have the right to refuse and seek general treatment first. Even if speaking safely or not, of course the child's doctor will not ask for an unsafe examination. Because if the child's doctor does something rash and actually endangers your child just for the sake of supporting examinations, he himself will lose.
Regarding giving milk, for the time being give the most comfortable milk for him, until it is recommended by another pediatrician. So, hopefully answering your question.