1. Don’t make up for it

Some parents try their best to feed their children chocolate, milk, eggs and other high-fat, high protein food, in order to make up for the loss caused by diarrhea, but they do not know that doing so will increase the burden of gastrointestinal tract, so that diarrhea does not heal for a long time. At this time, it is appropriate to give the child some digestible food, such as rice soup, sugar, salt, boiling water, or even temporary fasting, so that the gastrointestinal can rest, function can be restored, in order to speed up the recovery of the disease.

2. Keep your abdomen warm

Children’s abdomen is prone to cold, and children with diarrhea, intestinal peristalsis has been faster, if the abdomen is cold again, intestinal peristalsis faster, thus aggravating the disease.

3. Pay attention to protect the buttocks of children

Due to the increased frequency of defecation, the skin and mucous membrane around the anus must be damaged to varying degrees. Parents should pay special attention to the anus in nursing. After defecation, use soft toilet paper to wipe lightly, or use soft gauze to dip in water to wash lightly. After washing, apply some ointment of grease to prevent red buttocks. If it’s a baby, change the diaper in time to avoid the diaper soaked in feces and urine from rubbing against the skin. For children with used toilet, diapers and contaminated clothing, sheets, should be washed and disinfected in time to avoid repeated infection or infection to others.

Of course, children’s diarrhea should start from prevention, in addition to the “disease from the mouth” pass, but also through the oral vaccine to prevent the occurrence of children’s diarrhea.


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