The Cause Of Vomiting Is Accompanied By Red Spots On The Skin In Children Aged 1 Year
Excuse me, I want to ask .. my son is a boy aged 17 months now often experience vomiting, especially after eating his frequency can 1-3 times vomiting, and there are signs of allergies in his body, especially in the back, neck and hands .. My question is what caused my child to experience these problems and how to deal with them? so thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Vomiting after eating in infants is not always dangerous. If only occasionally occurs, it could be vomiting is purely caused by the entry of a lot of gas into the digestive tract, for example when he was eating while walking, eating in a hurry, or also while laughing and crying loudly. It could also be, vomiting is caused by choking, allergic or food malabsorption, gastroenteritis, intestinal inflammation, hiatal hernia, intestinal obstruction, or also disorders in the organ systems other than the digestive system, such as liver disorders, urinary tract disorders, brain disorders and spinal cord, drug side effects, and so on.
The appearance of red spots on your child's back, neck and hands can not only occur due to allergies. It could also, red spots appear due to other factors, such as insect bites, birthmarks, red nevi, prickly heat, folliculitis, scabies, fungal infections, contact dermatitis, telangiectasia, ptekie, and so on.
If your child has experienced vomiting less than 10 times a day and is not accompanied by fever, colic, can not pass gas, massive diarrhea, even mucus or bleeding feces, often this condition is not dangerous. Even red spots on his body, as long as he does not fester, feel pain, or extend to various parts of his body, may not require special treatment. To improve, try to do it first:
Feed the child little but often
Only feed children food that is clean, perfectly cooked, and does not cause allergies
When vomiting, limit first giving him foods that are too high in fiber, spicy, oily, and excess gas
Not accustom children to eat in a hurry, while talking or walking
Do not also let the child immediately sleep after eating
Make sure children always wash hands thoroughly before and after eating
Give children plenty to drink, especially water
Wash your child clean in the morning and evening, then give him clothing that is soft and clean
Do not carelessly squeeze or slap the spots on his back
Do not let children carelessly exchange personal belongings with others
Do not carelessly give children drugs without doctor's advice
However, if the complaint does not improve significantly with the above efforts, you can go to see it directly to the doctor or pediatrician so that it is handled properly according to the cause.
Hope this helps ...