The Cause Does Not Pee For Days In Infants?
Night, my child is 7 months old, 5 days ago he suddenly vomited, then I took it to the pediatrician and was given a prescription, after 2 days of taking medication why suddenly my child could not pee, I brought a check again and the new prescription was changed but why the pee is still not as usual ,, pampers dry more often … why yes
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Generally babies produce more urine than adults, which is about 1cc per kilogram of body weight per hour. However, to ensure this there is a need to monitor the volume of urine, which is carried out for 24 hours. In medical science, babies will BAK every 1 to 3 hours, or in other words about 4 to 6 times in one day. However, there is no specific standard for every hour after a baby has to urinate. Here we submit a number of conditions that affect infants who experience rare bowel movements:
Drink less or less
Consume exclusive breast milk or breast milk
Babies hold BAK
Babies experience a lot of sweat due to hot temperatures
Have quite severe vomiting
Having a lot of bleeding
Impaired kidney function and other medical conditions.
What you need to watch out for is if the baby does not BAK at all within 24 hours. Or if BAK, the volume is very little and turbid color, or if accompanied by the appearance of signs of dehydration such as sunken crown if touched, eyes and mouth dry, the baby looks thirsty or even lazy to drink, fussy babies, or decreased consciousness. So if these signs appear, then you should immediately bring your baby to the clinic or hospital to get help as early as possible.
While this needs to be done is to ensure that your baby's fluid needs are sufficient. By ensuring the amount of each drink is sufficient, and pay attention to the hour of drinking to the baby so as to avoid dehydration that can cause his BAK to be rare. Also provide complementary foods for your baby with a lot of liquid composition or give him fruits that contain lots of water. And while avoiding the use of disposable diapers with ordinary cloth diaper models so you can monitor the BAK more easily. So that we can say, if you have done our tips, but BAK is still rare, then you should consult with a pediatrician so that your baby can be examined carefully. thanks.