7 Signs of Baby Pain

New parents who have children are sometimes still do not understand what kind of conditions that show their children sick. For that to know seven signs that the baby was sick.

When the baby is still under the age of 6 months, then the body susceptible to many diseases. As quoted from Sheknows, Monday (10/11/2010) there are 7 signs that the baby is sick, namely:

Fever
Baby fever is said if the temperature is over 38 degrees celcius. If fever followed by rash, difficulty breathing, stiff neck, vomiting or diarrhea, then immediately contact a doctor. Fever itself not a disease, but infants’ responses to a disease primarily caused by infection.

Dehydration
Dehydration can occur if the baby has a poor appetite, fever, an environment that is too warm or continuous vomiting and diarrhea. This condition can be identified by way of dry mouth and gums, rarely wet diapers and no tears when crying.

Diarrhea
Parents need to contact a doctor if there is blood in the stool or black stools, more than six times and watery bowel movements and baby hard to drink.

Throw up
Infants may often spit up after feeding, if it only happens once or twice it is probably not a serious condition. But if this condition occurs in a frequency that often it should be a concern.

Difficult breathing
Babies who have trouble breathing characterized by symptoms of breathing faster than normal, the baby grunted when exhaling, the baby’s head bobbing and the baby’s lips or skin looks bluish. These conditions should receive serious attention and get medical attention.

Rash
If the rash covers a large area, especially if it occurs in the face, accompanied by fever, bleeding or swelling, then there is the possibility of a rash caused by infection.

Rash
If the rash covers a large area, especially if it occurs in the face, accompanied by fever, bleeding or swelling, then there is the possibility of a rash caused by infection.

Cold
Upper respiratory tract infection caused by a virus and very common in infants, usually can last for one or two weeks. If accompanied by fever and poor appetite for several days, then healing can take longer and require medical assistance.

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