The Cause Of Babies Aged 6 Months Is Difficult BAB?
I want to ask my child aged 6 months 7 days, every chapter a little and 1 day can be 2 to 3 times the chapter hear a little dirt is harmful? and on the edge of the rectum my child turns red. my child.
I understand what you are worried about, whether or not the amount of stool a baby is spending is affected by how much food or milk he consumes. So it could be the condition of defecation with a little stool is said to be reasonable because indeed what is consumed by the baby is indeed a little. What needs to get special attention is if the amount of food and drink milk / milk consumed by the baby is quite a lot but the chapter is very small because this can be one of the considerations of the possibility of digestive disorders such as constipation / constipation in infants.
As for several factors that cause babies to be difficult CHAPTER or a little chapter is
Formula milk giving, where babies given formula milk are far more susceptible to constipation than those who are breastfed
The age of 6 months is a period when a baby has begun to be recognized for consuming foods other than breast milk, or what is known as complementary foods for breast milk (MP-ASI). The transition period from liquid food (ASI) to more food, of course, can make the baby's digestive system become "shocked" so that the process of defecation becomes a little disturbed, this tends to occur in the provision of foods that are low in fiber such as rice and bread. So if it is being given MP-ASI should provide foods that are rich in fiber.
Spring babies experience teething, canker sores, or fever so that appetite and drinking are reduced. Due to lack of food and drink intake will have an impact on the reduced frequency of bowel movements and the amount of baby stool
On the other hand, the presence of reddish rash on the rectal height of the baby can be influenced by several considerations such as a condition called diaper rash, or due to irritation from the food it consumes (for example inability to digest milk lactose or provide new types of food).
Even so you are expected to pay attention to the presence or absence of conditions like the following: baby's facial expressions when defecating whether it looks very painful, baby's appetite (whether he still wants to eat and drink), frequency of defecation (where Chapter 3 times a day to a week can still be considered reasonable) , color stool released by the baby (especially if the stool is white, black, red or accompanied by blood). Where there are these conditions your child should be immediately taken to a pediatrician, so that further treatment can be done.
As for what you can do right now, keep giving ASI and giving MP-ASI that is high in fiber such as vegetables and fruit. If it is given formula milk and it turns out that it has just changed the type of formula milk product, it is expected to provide milk products that have been matched before. Also make sure the hygiene of the baby's feeding tools and utensils is well maintained.
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