The Cause Of The Child Liquid Chapter For 2 Weeks?
Slmt mlm sir, I want to ask why yes why my son’s feces did not heal 2 weeks ago more than my child defecated, had been treated for treatment but did not heal well, my child’s age is now 18 months sir. If you may know, what is the cause?
Hello Sri Hartina,
Diarrhea is a condition in which there is a change in the frequency and consistency of stool when a child defecates where a soft to liquid chapter can occur that occurs more than 3 times a day. The causes themselves vary, ranging from food or milk allergies, infections such as viral, bacterial or parasitic infections, food poisoning, intolerance to a substance in the right or other digestive disorders.
If diarrhea has lasted for up to 2 weeks, it is necessary to have an examination with a pediatrician where interviews will be conducted regarding your child's condition, physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood labs, stool sample tests, or other necessary examinations such as ultrasound. For the moment the most important thing to do is to prevent the child from experiencing a lack of fluids, give more fluids to the child, keep giving the child nutritious food that is well processed, if you have given the drug beforehand inform the doctor what treatment has been given, pay attention also as what stools arise both frequency, consistency, color and the presence of other conditions in the stool such as if accompanied by blood, besides that also pay attention to other conditions and symptoms that accompany such as vomiting, fever, the child loses appetite, abdominal pain, the child becomes always fussy and others to help doctors determine the cause and provide appropriate treatment.
If the child becomes more lethargic, continues to vomit, stays more than four times in eight hours, has a high fever, appears to be sunken, cries without tears, is inactive or more often silent or sleeps, and other signs of dehydration develop, it is necessary to immediately taken to a health facility to get treatment. Always maintain cleanliness by washing the hands of both the mother and child's hands before and after the move, pay attention to the utensils used by children to always be clean, choose good food ingredients and treat them well, and avoid children to drink water that is not boiled or raw water.
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