The Child Does Not Want To Drink Milk After Diarrhea?
Thanks to the doctor, my son is 18 months old. Before the skit, my child is 12 kg. My child is in a post for 4 days, because of diarrhea. The patient is taken care of by the milk doctor at the heart of a low-lactose milk but my child is unable to drink milk, and because of diarrhea. at the end of the slma, it was taken 3hrs but the milk wasn’t smxx. now it is still in my house, but my child doesn’t want to drink it anymore. but eating it already wants. yes my child does not want to drink milk anymore, how can my child want to drink milk again? Since I don’t drink milk, and my child is thick now, I check the mouth of sprue, it is not adusi, it is inflamed because of the growth of my teeth. why would you even suck at milk or not
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Children who do not want to consume milk, can be caused by various things, including:
The child is full because of previous food consumption
There is a sense of physical and psychological trauma to the food or drink consumed
Children feel bored or bored with the taste and type of milk
There are disorders of the mouth and throat such as thrush, inflammation of the gums and throat, teething
Not comfortable with the place / container for milking such as pacifiers or glasses used
The child is not feeling well or suffering from a certain disease
Various possibilities can be the cause of your child refusing milk given. If indeed the child is teething, don't worry, refusing certain foods or drinks often occurs in these conditions. This will improve with the growth of teeth. The use of pacifiers or glasses that are uncomfortable can also affect the child's appetite for milk given. Traumatic experiences in children can also affect a child's appetite. Parents who are too pushy will actually make the child feel more traumatized and increasingly refuse to consume the food or drink provided.
You do not need to worry, because of your child's age, milk is not a drink that must be given. Fulfillment of nutrition can be fulfilled from the food consumed. Especially if your child still has a good appetite, you don't need to worry. Chewy or not the child's body is not related to milk. This is generally only suggestions from parents, especially mothers who care for children directly. Child's body weight or stock or whether a child's body is affected by the fulfillment of nutrition provided. The better the quality of the type of food provided (in the sense of varying, containing complete nutrients including carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and vitamins) the higher the nutritional value. Feeding a toddler should not exceed 500cc at more than 1 year of age. Also note that formula milk or other types of milk will actually increase the risk of children experiencing iron definition anemia. Milk can bind iron and is difficult for the child to absorb, making it vulnerable to anemia in children.
Try offering children with milk, if they refuse stop it immediately and offer it again some time later. Or you can try to change the taste of the milk consumed. Provide an attractive or comfortable place to drink milk for children such as using a straw or something like that. And make a pleasant atmosphere when the child is eating or drinking. If it's still difficult, try giving food combined with milk like cereal or other types of food.
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