Sunday, July 5, 2020

There are different reasons for the baby's stool to carry blood, so don't use the wrong method.

What should I do if my child has blood in his stool?

Bloody stools in children are generally divided into two situations, one is the mixing of blood and stool. The other is the separation of blood and stool.

1. The baby's stool is bloody and mixed with the stool

When the baby has this condition, it may indicate that the small intestine or rectum is damaged. At this time, the baby's stool will be relatively thin. But this does not belong to enteritis in the traditional sense. Parents should first consider at that time whether they have given the child anything to eat recently, which has caused the child to develop food allergies, such as some milk proteins.

At this time, the child should be taken to the hospital to ask the doctor for diagnosis and treatment, and the medicine should be taken according to the reason. You should also review what your baby has eaten recently, or you should stop eating certain foods for your baby.

2. Separation of blood and stool from baby stool

When this happens to your baby, it is often due to an anal fissure. If you observe the child's anus, there are many small cracks, which means that the baby is an anal fissure. When anal fissures, during defecation, there will be blood attached to the stool. If the parents observe, they can see that the blood is in small pieces, and after a few minutes of stool, you can see small clots.

Those with dry stools are prone to anal fissures. While solving the baby's constipation, mothers can apply ointment such as erythromycin to the baby's anus to promote the healing of the anus as soon as possible. If the child's anal fissure is very serious, it is recommended that parents take the child to the hospital for examination and treatment as soon as possible.

The big reason for the baby's bloody stool is that there is something wrong with the baby's diet. It is recommended that parents pay more attention to feeding their babies, maintain a balanced nutrition, appropriately reduce protein intake, let babies eat more foods containing crude fiber and some fruits, and give them more water.

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