How to treat infant physical diarrhea
Netizen Ms. Sun: My son is almost 3 months old. I have had a diarrhea recently, 5 or 6 times a day, sometimes milky, sometimes green, others have nothing, and milk is normal. I do n’t know what to do?
Li Fengxia: Your child’s condition is likely to belong to physiological diarrhea. Generally, a child who eats breast milk is susceptible to diarrhea before 4 months, because his digestive function is still weak and his body’s ability to adjust and adapt is not good. This is an inevitable process.
Therefore, as long as the child’s mental condition is good, there is nothing abnormal in feeding, and physiological diarrhea does not need to be nervous. As the month increases, supplementary food is added, and it usually improves after 4 months of age.
Ms. Liu from East Street, Xi’an: My daughter is 11 months old. She had a cold the previous two days. She started having diarrhea one day after the fever.
I have a thick breath and a sour breath, sometimes I vomit when I drink milk. Now I am taking medicine. What should I pay attention to in life?
Li Fengxia: If your baby needs milk powder, it is best to choose lactose-free milk powder, because the baby has not recovered yet, and the sugar is not easy to digest.
Let your children eat foods such as porridge and noodles that are easy to digest.
Of course, don’t change the complementary food that your child usually eats, and don’t stop, if the child’s appetite is not good, you can reduce it.
The child’s tibia should also be protected, and the child should be washed with a soft gauze dipped in water to prevent repeated cross-infection.
Give your child more water to prevent dehydration.
Mr. Zhou from Zhouzhi County, Xi’an: My son is 3 years old. He has a cold, fever, cough, and runny nose. He started to have diarrhea again 4 to 5 times a day.
What is going on?
What to pay attention to when taking medication?
Li Fengxia: Now is the high incidence of pediatric diarrhea. In the early stages of winter diarrhea, runny nose and fever (generally 38?
40 degrees) and other symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections, many parents think it is a common cold and easy to ignore.
Therefore, you must go to the hospital to check clearly and see whether the infection is a respiratory infection or an indirect infection.
Sometimes, respiratory infections can also cause infections, so be sure to treat them symptomatically and never use your own medicine.
In fact, diarrhea in this season is mostly infected by rotavirus. Antiviral treatment should be taken. Antibiotic treatment does not work. As few medications as possible should be used. The ones that are easy for children to accept should be based on the idea of simple treatment.Medication should not be too complicated and diverse.