The Relationship Of Formula Milk With Red Spots On Baby’s Skin?
Doctor, I want to ask what milk is suitable for premature babies … and if using LBW milk is good, isn’t it for premature babies … and my child is just 2, has a red spot, does that have anything to do with milk that is often used? Thanks
Hello Sindy, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Babies born prematurely need different nutrients from babies born at term because there are several nutritional pursuits that must be carried out so that they require nutritional management that must be done by a pediatrician.
Milk specifically for LBW children can only be used in infants born prematurely, but it still must be on the instructions of a pediatrician to prescribe the dosage of milk to be adjusted to the development and growth of your child.
While complaints of spots experienced by your child can indeed be caused by incompatibility of milk use, but can also be caused by other conditions such as eczema, prickly heat, milia, bacterial infections of the skin, Singapore flu, or even inflammation of the brain, so it is highly recommended to check the complaint further to the pediatrician along with a consultation regarding nutritional intake.
In the meantime, provide breast milk and milk that has been recommended by the health provider where you gave birth to your child until further advice from your pediatrician about how to provide appropriate nutrition.
I hope this helps.