Treatment Of Vomiting With Fever?
At night, I am in June, I want to ask you about the problem of handling the vomiting problem with vomiting along with a low-grade fever in my child who is only 19 months old. What’s new, swallowed it a few minutes later, about 10-15 minutes later it came out because of vomiting, so even I didn’t have lust, and only this morning my child had a 2 times chapter and the stool was fairly liquid, but that was only today, the chapter was going to vomit from the km. So it’s been 2 days, how do you deal with it and treat it naturally without having to take medication? Does it include diarrhea?
Good night Yuni, thank you for asking.
Seeing the complaints you wrote above, your child cannot yet be said to have diarrhea because diarrhea is only stated if someone releases feces 3 times or more with soft / liquid consistency in a day. Because your child has just experienced it twice, it cannot be said that your child has diarrhea. However, your child's condition can be caused by several other conditions such as:
Infection in the digestive tract due to bacteria or viruses Urinary tract infections Food poisoning Appendicitis Food intolerance For children like this condition, it is advisable to check it immediately to the doctor because if this condition is still left coupled with the difficulty of eating and drinking in your child, this can cause dehydration in children which can be fatal if not treated quickly and appropriately. Your pediatrician will also recommend conducting tests such as blood tests, stool examinations, and several other tests to help determine the cause of your child's complaints. After that, only then will be determined what should be done next to overcome the condition of your child.
Regarding how to deal with it yourself, basically it must be determined in advance what the underlying disease is the emergence of your child's complaints, then only then can be determined what is the most appropriate way to overcome. However, given the conditions written by you, it is almost impossible not to give medicines to help reduce complaints and help your child eat food as before. In the meantime, you should still give water or milk that is usually given in more doses than usual to keep your child from getting dehydrated. If after doing the survey it is recommended to use drugs, use these drugs, do not replace / stop / add these drugs on the basis of your own decision because it can only aggravate your child's current condition.
I hope this helps.