The Frequency Of CHAPTER 7 Month Infants Has Increased?
mlm, my baby is 7 months old, 3 days later my child often defecates, the texture is sometimes runny but there is pulp, sometimes it is soft, my child is sufor, drinking milk but milked, my child is coughing up phlegm, and the beginning of it, I give juice dragon fruit, after that BAB is hard and wants BAB he must be inclined until he is in pain after coming out the stools have black ink, after that hard stools come out then the soft stools come out and the last one comes out like soybean seeds and there’s brownish mucus CHAPTER that day my son became more frequent CHAPTER, but he still likes to drink and drink, and he remained active, just on the first day it was a bit limp, and every time I wanted to defecate like trouble, I had to remember even though the one that came out tended to be soft, runny and part the anus is red and we have bruntus dockira2 why is it safe or not. I have brought it to the midwife, but still defecates frequently
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The condition of increasing the frequency of bowel movements and the consistency of bowel movements becoming liquid can be called the condition of diarrhea. Diarrhea is an indication of abnormalities in a person's gastrointestinal system. Diarrhea can be characterized by the consistency of stools that become more watery, sometimes it can be accompanied by spraying, more often BAB, feces can be accompanied by mucus / blood. Diarrhea can be caused by a viral, bacterial or parasitic infection in the digestive tract. Besides diarrhea can also be caused by allergic conditions to formula milk given or conditions of lactose intolerance.
Need to be explored further about the diarrhea that your child is experiencing, since when there began to be changes in consistency and increased frequency of bowel movements, stool characteristics (color, consistency, presence of mucus or blood, odor, amount), other complaints experienced such as fever, the child looked constantly fussy , discharge of feces that spray and there is a reddish rash around the anal canal, the child looks weak, looks sunken eyes, lazy to drink, a history of allergies, a history of illness and a history of treatment that has been consumed to overcome these symptoms.
For children it is recommended to consume the main fixed nutrients from breast milk, exclusive breastfeeding programs can be implemented until the age of 6 months, then gradually supplementing complementary foods (MPASI) from soft foods to later solid textures. Formula feeding is not recommended as an initial nutritional choice for your child. To find the underlying cause of your child's condition, it is advisable to consult a doctor or pediatrician regarding optimal examination and management.
It is not recommended to give medication consumption without consulting a doctor, especially in administering antibiotics. If you find the condition of your child looking limp (not responding when called, drooping, or appearing bluish), lazy to drink, eyes appear cowong, fussy with no discharge in the production of tears, decreased urine production or can not urinate, diarrhea with the amount of fluid that comes out is very large, can visit the nearest Emergency Department Hospital.
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