The Process Of Urinating And Defecating Is The Same In 1 Month Babies?
Night. I want to ask. My baby is 35 days old from birth until now, if you pee there must be ee. If it’s in diapers – + 18, the cleanest diapers without ee are only 2/3 only. Is that still normal? The dd only drank breastmilk, there was no other addition. Or does it affect the food I eat? Or is there a problem in your dd’s digestion? How to prevent? R nThank you in advance
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The process of urinating and defecating both involves contractions of the lower abdominal muscles as well as the pelvic muscles. In some conditions, these two processes may occur simultaneously. Here are the possibilities:
Diarrhea (liquid bowel movements more than 3 times a day), can be a physiological process in infants in early life, but can also occur due to other causes, for example: Gastrointestinal infections Food poisoning Intolerance or malabsorption, etc. Fistulas, which are abnormal channels connecting several parts of the body, in this case the rectum with the bladder Crohn's disease (chronic colitis) Intra-abdominal tumors (tumors in the abdominal cavity, can originate from the gastrointestinal tract or other organ systems that suppress the digestive tract) Thyroid gland disorders Side effects of drugs, etc. If the complaint lasts only 1 to 3 days, this is likely not dangerous. However, if the complaints are repeated since birth until now, you should not let them. Get your child checked directly to the doctor so that a more in-depth examination is carried out, namely through x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, anuscopy, colonoscopy, and so on. That way, the best treatment can be done in accordance with the conditions that triggered the complaint.
In the meantime, what you should do is:
Keep giving your baby exclusive breastfeeding Pay more attention to the hygiene aspects of breastfeeding, for example by: Always washing your hands before and after breastfeeding Clean your breasts regularly Use a bra and clean clothes If you express breastmilk and give it to your baby, make sure you save your milk. in a good and clean way. Keep also clean objects and toys that are often in contact with children. Always wash your baby regularly, and don't forget to always clean his genitals.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah