The Cause Of Babies Aged 6 Months And Has Not Chapters Often Vomited?
Hello doctor, I am the mother of a 6-month-old baby, I want to ask, my child has been given cereal porridge but it’s been defecated for several days and today he’s vomiting, is that dangerous for my baby ??? Mksih
At the age of 6 months, the baby has begun to be introduced to the MP ASI (complementary food of ASI). During giving MP ASI, the baby is still given ASI.
If your child, when given porridge, is unable to defecate and vomits, it may be because the baby has not been able to receive the cereal porridge. If vomiting only occurs occasionally, and the bowel movement does not last long it is usually not dangerous. You can feed the cereal porridge again slowly in small portions. Puree the cereal you provide. In addition, at the beginning of giving MP ASI, the composition of ASI should be more than the cereal porridge.
Give in portions gradually. If you already don't seem willing, don't force it. and try again a few hours later.
But other than that, the condition can not be accompanied by vomiting BAB in your baby can also be caused by other causes such as:
side effects of certain drugs
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of your baby's condition if it still occurs within 2-3 days, it is recommended that you check your baby directly to the pediatrician's specialist, so the doctor can examine the condition of your child directly and provide appropriate therapy.
The following arithmetic that you can read about starting MPASI
may be useful. thank you