Growing up, it seems like every baby can't escape a fever. Diarrhea is a common disease, especially diarrhea.
Recently, many other parents have also run over to ask Xiao Guojun, how do babies often have diarrhea? Why exactly do you need diarrhea? What exactly can't you eat when you have dysentery...
Obviously, dysentery is indeed a disease. It's a whole new challenge for dads and new moms.
In fact, babies are so young that their intestines and stomachs are not yet developed, and some external factors, such as eating raw and cold food, can easily lead to diarrhea.
In addition, the nature of stool and the number of bowel movements of Parenting Station infants are different from those of adults, so it is impossible to judge whether a TA has diarrhea by the number of bowel movements of an infant.
On this day, we will discuss some of the problems of infant diarrhea. Baby moms and dads want to know more about baby diarrhea, so take your time to read down~~.
Common causes of diarrhea in infants.
1. eat cold food.
Eating some fruits and melons in moderation can quench your thirst, but eating too much can cause your baby's gastrointestinal discomfort. It is worth mentioning that the baby is thirsty, parents can not feed cold water. In addition to the right amount of melons and fruits, snacks, similar ice cream . Drinks and other foods can also cause the phenomenon of non-infectious diarrhea in infants.
2. the multiplication of pathogenic bacteria.
When the seasons change, the suitable temperature and humidity changes are also the best time for pathogenic bacteria to multiply, because the infant gastrointestinal development is immature, the ability to resist germs is weak, once poor care, diarrhea is likely to occur.
3. Lack of drinking water.
By early autumn, the weather is still relatively dry and the humidity in the air has dropped. Therefore, the baby is sweating a lot and the body fluids are reduced. If the baby is not hydrated in time, it will lead to indigestion.
4. Health problems.
Food hygiene problems are the most basic cause of diarrhea, whether adults or children. If the water is not clean or utensils. Poorly cleaned milk utensils can cause bacteria and parasites to enter the baby's body and cause diarrhea.
2. The following points should be noted when diarrhea is present
1. Whether your child has diarrhea or not should never rely solely on the number of bowel movements.
This issue was also slightly mentioned earlier. Nursing infants have softer bowel movements themselves, and 1 to 10 bowel movements a day are acceptable, but parents must pay attention if there are symptoms such as poor mental status, deterioration of appetite, fever, vomiting and cough.
If you are not sure, it is best to collect the stool and let the doctor test it to see if it is infected with rotavirus or some other cause of diarrhea.
A belly button patch is not necessarily a good idea.
There is no conclusive evidence to date that navel patches are effective for infant diarrhea. Because of the delicate skin of young children, the application of such products can lead to skin irritation.
As there are many cases of severe skin allergy in children due to the application of various patches, the use of such patches for children is not recommended under the principle of weighing their advantages and disadvantages.
3. The danger of dehydration cannot be ignored.
Diarrhea in children can easily cause dehydration, which in serious cases can cause damage to the brain and organs and even endanger life. Therefore, when an infant has diarrhea, parents should give their children proper hydration to avoid dehydration.
When an infant urinates less, the mucous membranes of the mouth and lips become dry and oligohydramnios occurs. When dehydration occurs, it is important to take rehydration salt solution or intravenous fluids as prescribed by the doctor.
Small fruit reminder: prevent dehydration is very important!
4. Do not take antibiotics at will.
Parents should not use antibiotics as an "armor" against bacteria in infants, but in some environments (such as viral enteritis), it can be a "weakness" for pathogenic bacteria.
Therefore, it is important not to give antibiotics to children easily in daily life or when treating diarrhea. One is to reduce the immune function, and the other is to make the diarrhea worse.
5. You can not eat high-sugar foods or drinks.
When an infant has diarrhea, the gastrointestinal tract is in a dilemma of not functioning properly, so it is difficult to help the baby digest and absorb. Also, minerals and salts in the body are lost due to diarrhea.
If parents feed their infants a diet high in sugar when they have diarrhea, it will only increase the burden on the stomach and intestines, making the infant's diarrhea worse.
Because of the growth environment of infants. Diarrhea varies because of the infant's growth environment, body type and diet.
However, whenever the number and characteristics of the infant's stools are different from those of the past, such as watery or mucus-like stools, and accompanied by dehydration. However, whenever the number and characteristics of the stools are different from those of the past, such as watery or mucus-like stools, accompanied by dehydration.
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