The Child’s Stomach Is Still Ringing Even Though He Has Eaten?
If the child cries, then suddenly, even though he’s already eaten, but his stomach likes to rumble, why not?rnThank you
Children crying is not always due to hunger. There are many reasons why babies cry, including:
Thirst or hungry.
Want to be hugged.
Cold or hot.
Uncomfortable example due to wet diapers or defecation.
Fear or shock.
The room is too noisy.
Sleepy but hard to sleep.
Colic or intestinal pain in infants, generally high-pitched and prolonged crying and difficult to stop.
Stomach sounds are not necessarily caused by hunger, the sound can arise due to rapid intestinal peristalsis, causing the sound to sound louder.
Crying suddenly, especially if the sound is high-pitched and difficult to stop, needs to be checked immediately because it can be a sign of pain that the baby gives to its parents. If this happens, then immediately contact the nearest pediatrician to check your baby's condition so that the cause of the crying can be identified and treated immediately.
Because the baby's communication is only through crying, it is hoped that the mother and father will be able to recognize the form of your baby's cry. Immediately hug and examine your baby when crying to be able to determine the reason the baby is crying.
I hope this helps.