Vomiting Accompanied By Slimy Bowel Movements In 3.5-year-old Children?
my child suddenly vomited a lot and it happened 4 times a day in children aged 3.5 years and slimy chapters. and he kept whining in the stomach pain. what is the solution? and what kind of disease is that? should we be aware?
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Complaints about vomiting is a form of uncomfortable sensation that results in the urge of the contents of digestion to get out of the digestive tract. So that this vomiting complaint can be in the form of a discharge of food or drinks consumed by the patient. Risk of patients with vomiting if not handled properly can cause dehydration and blood hemodynamic disorders. So that the handling of vomiting, especially in infants, children and old age becomes important to maintain digestive function, heart function and hemodynamics run well, one of the initial actions that can be given is to continue to provide a balanced supply of fluids, such as administration of ORS.
Some common causes of vomiting in children are:
1. stomach upset
2. digestive infections
4. dengue fever
5. food poisoning
6. food allergies
While slimy bowel movements and abdominal pain can accompany this vomiting complaint, as a disease process from the possible causes above.
To ascertain the cause of this complaint, it is necessary to do a direct examination by your family doctor or pediatrician. The doctor will conduct a physical examination and supporting examination if needed. The results of the examination will be the basis of treatment, is it only required outpatient or require hospitalization depending on the patient's clinical condition.
In connection with your question, the existence of complaints of vomiting and slimy bowel movements, and complaints of abdominal pain may be caused by the risk of digestive infections. This condition can cause digestive work to be suboptimal and cause increased bowel noise which is characterized by complaints of painful stomach. Causes of digestive infections can be due to infections of microorganisms or bacteria that enter the digestion. Usually it can be triggered by unclean hands, unclean children's play environment, or food contaminated with bacteria.
Therefore, to ascertain the cause, you should consult a doctor directly for a direct examination and get the treatment procedure that I mentioned above.
All you need to do is:
1. provide adequate fluids, such as milk and or ORS
2. provide healthy nutrition to meet the calorie needs of the child's body
Thus the info we can convey.