The Mouth Of A 5 Month Old Baby Feels Hot?
mw tny, my child is 5 months old, how come everytime I suckle it when it sticks to the nipple, the mouth is hot, so I can feel breastmilk, then when I spit up, the vomit tastes hot, is my child hot inside ??
From the information you have conveyed, an increase in oral temperature in your baby can be an early indication of a sore throat or early fever in your baby. However, this needs to be confirmed by checking your baby's temperature thermometer. Because chances are, your body temperature is lower than that of your baby.
If the results of your baby's temperature check are good or normal, then there should be no risky conditions or no internal heat.
So, in general there is nothing to be a risk factor for your baby's health problems or heartburn, especially if your baby is not fussy, or is crying.
Spit up is a normal condition in babies, due to excessive drinking or a change in position. So the most important thing is to prevent spit up into the airways.
However, if your baby has accompanying complaints, or complaints of spitting up and fever are increasing, then you should consult directly with your family doctor or your pediatrician. Thus, your baby will get treatment according to the results of the examination obtained.
What you need to do is give enough breast milk to prevent spitting up, and if a family member is sick, consult it immediately to prevent transmission.
That's the information we can convey, read also fever.