Vomiting And Body Warmness In Infants Aged 9 Months
want to ask my child 9 months, like viasa he eats and drinks milk but don’t know why it arrived u0026sup2; he vomited, it didn’t stop, his body was in the morning he took a bath playing like usual ..
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Conditions experienced by your child can occur due to various conditions, including:
And other possibilities also depend on the results of the examination. But you need to know, in children with diarrhea or vomiting, more important than the cause of the disease itself is the potential for dehydration that can be experienced. Infants and children are very dependent on water in their daily lives, and the condition of dehydration or lack of fluids can be fatal to them. So conditions such as diarrhea and vomiting in which the body releases a lot of fluid, must be considered and treated immediately.
Therefore, immediately check your child to the doctor, may be a general practitioner and may be a pediatrician, to be given treatment based on clinical conditions. If your child has symptoms of moderate and severe dehydration such as weakness, lazy drinking, coward eyes, sunken fontanel, pale, crying but no tears, and decreased urinary frequency, check with the emergency room of the nearest hospital. Meanwhile, still make sure the fluid needs are met. So, hopefully answering your question.