Signal 1: poor mental health, sleepiness and lack of speech. If there is also fever or local infection, it may be serious local inflammation or even septicemia. In addition, some virus infections, such as hand, foot and mouth disease, are also important clues for mental health.
Signal 2: repeated cough or diarrhea. Children cough, parents often think it is respiratory tract infection or acute pharyngitis. However, some children are allergic constitution caused by cough, will induce asthma; some children are gastroesophageal reflux, stimulate bronchi and cause cough. In addition, some children have chronic diarrhea or abnormal stool habits, which may be the manifestation of food allergy.
Signal 3: pale face, bleeding spots on the skin and concentrated in the gums and nose, often considered malnutrition or fatigue, only to be found in the hospital examination is leukemia. Therefore, once the child is found to have bleeding tendency, it is advisable to make diagnosis and treatment as soon as possible.
Signal 4: when you are old, you can’t speak or walk. It may be a warning signal of cerebral palsy. Especially when the child is five or six months old, he is carried to the table, and there is a cross between the toes instead of the soles, which may also be cerebral palsy. Early detection can be recovered through rehabilitation training and comprehensive treatment.
Signal 5: intermittent crying. If children cry and quarrel intermittently and have bloody stool, it is likely to be intussusception, which must be handled as soon as possible.
Signal 6: don’t communicate with people, call them and don’t respond. At this time, be alert to autism.
Signal 7: choking cough with milk and cyanosis around lips. This is an early warning signal of heart disease, which should be sent to the hospital for examination in time.
Signal 8: swollen face, abnormal urination. This is often related to kidney disease.
Signal 9: head too large or too small. If the head is too small, it may indicate that the child’s head is not fully developed, which will limit brain development. If it is found that the head is too large, it is necessary to be wary of central nervous development problems or hydrocephalus.
Signal 10: repeatedly jerking or stupefied. This may indicate nervous system problems, such as paroxysmal stupor, which lasts for a short time, but occurs repeatedly and may be epilepsy. Some children often blink, sniff, make strange faces, to suspect multiple convulsions.