What Causes A Difficult 2-month Baby BAB?
HealthReplies.com. I am a mother of a 2 month old baby. Currently having a difficult baby problem CHAPTER, this is the first time. Usually smooth in a day the baby CHAPTER 2-3 times. The baby’s stomach looks bloated and hard. Several times the baby cried and tried straining, but the bowel did not come out, only the wind and increased urination. Indeed my baby is not fully breastfed, it has been mixed with milk for these 3 weeks. After using milk powder the consistency of the chapter becomes more dense. R nWas that dangerous? What are the effects? R nThen what should I do? R n2 days ago my baby was immunized with pentabio + polio, because fever was given paracetamol 60 mg in a dose of 0.4 ml. Does the administration of paracetamol affect the baby difficult BAB?
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Difficult bowel movements in infants can be a mild condition, but can also be dangerous. Difficult CHAPTER this is most likely not due to the influence of paracetamol or immunization drugs that your child lived before.
More often, difficult bowel movements in infants are caused by inappropriate feeding and / or drinking. When judging from the information you submit, the formula milk that you give is likely one of the originators.
Giving formula milk at an early age (less than 1 year) is indeed at risk of causing gastrointestinal disorders in infants. This disorder can appear in a variety of clinical manifestations, for example nausea, colic, vomiting, diarrhea, or even constipation. Not only that, some babies can also show symptoms of allergies, such as itchy skin, bruntusan, redness, swelling, and so on. It could also, this health problem causes the baby's nutritional intake to be disrupted. In the end, your baby may experience malnutrition, or the like, be overweight.
In addition to the effects of formula milk that you give, babies can also be difficult BAB due to other causes, for example due to lack of fluids (for example due to excessive sweating, too much urination), intolerance or malabsorption of food, gastrointestinal infections, hypercalcemia (excessive blood calcium ), hyperthyroidism, inflammation of the intestine, and so on.
If your baby's stomach looks bloated, hard, he also seems to feel in pain (often crying) and uncomfortable, you should check it directly to the doctor or pediatrician, right? Bring along the formula milk that you have given so that the doctor can evaluate, whether the milk can be continued or should be stopped.
In the meantime, here are tips that you should do:
Do not give palancar drugs CHAPTER carelessly to infants (without a doctor's prescription) As much as possible, only give babies exclusive breastfeeding Encourage babies to actively move and play Perform gentle massage on the baby's abdomen by turning clockwise, accompanied by movements of the baby's legs like pedaling a bicycle, do over and over Hope it helps ..