What should I do if my baby has vomiting and diarrhea due to indigestion? You should pay attention to the high incidence of hair loss in autumn and winter

Question 1: My son has been suffering from vomiting and diarrhea recently. He went to the doctor and said it was autumn diarrhea. He then gave him a patch on his belly button. The effect was not obvious after the patch was applied. Does the doctor have a good solution? Is there any way to prevent this disease? Dr. Yang Yafeng answered: Autumn diarrhea is caused by rotavirus infection. There are no specific antiviral drugs for treatment, only symptomatic treatment. Mainly to prevent dehydration and maintain water, electrolyte and acid-base balance. Mild to moderate dehydration only requires oral rehydration salts, while severe dehydration requires infusion treatment. The degree of dehydration needs to be monitored by urine output, whether there are tears, and whether the lips are dry. If there is urine, tears, and the spirit is okay, oral rehydration salts can be taken, and combined with montmorillonite powder and probiotic treatment. If there is no urine, no tears, dry lips, or poor spirits, infusion treatment must be performed. If diarrhea lasts for more than three days, zinc supplementation is recommended. There is currently a rotavirus vaccine that can be taken. In addition, because autumn diarrhea is contagious, it is necessary to prevent infection between babies. Adults are sometimes infected, so you need to pay attention to daily hygiene to avoid cross-infection among children. Question 2: My baby is more than ten months old. She stopped eating the day before yesterday, and she doesn’t drink much milk. In the past, she would finish it no matter how much milk she made, and she would still eat when she saw others eating. I eat a lot. I don’t know what happened in the past two days, but I suddenly stopped eating. Dr. Cui Lixia’s answer: Check whether the stool is normal and whether the throat is inflamed. If there are no other problems, do not force-feed the baby. Give him proper water and consider whether he ate too much in the past two days. If you continue to have a poor appetite, it is recommended to check the blood routine to see if you are anemic. If you have iron deficiency anemia, you can take the pediatric compound Siweiya Iron Powder to correct the anemia. Question 3: My child is one year and three months old. He has had bad breath for the past four or five days. It was very bad at first, and then he took medicine. It has gotten better in the past two days, but he still has bad breath, especially in the morning and evening. I don’t know if it’s because I haven’t brushed my teeth. Do I need to take my child to the hospital? Or should I continue to take medicine? His stools have always been dry, and he was always constipated for a while. In the past few days, he has not been constipated, but his stools are also dry. My appetite is okay and I don’t eat much vegetables. Dr. Luo Zhen’s answer: Children need to clean their mouths every day since they are born, clean their gums before they have no teeth, use a finger toothbrush after the first tooth appears, and use a small toothbrush according to the situation after one or two years old. Eat more fruits and vegetables, and dietary conditioning is the key. Eat light meals in the evening, eat less, and maintain good oral hygiene. You don’t need to take medicine for the time being. You can boil some white radish and pear water and drink it.

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