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Abdominal pain

Abdominal pain


You should definitely call your doctor for any abdominal pain that lasts more than an hour, whether it is severe or not. There are many reasons for its appearance, some of them more serious, others less so. Doctors have the expertise to distinguish between different types of abdominal pain and can determine the correct treatment.
Children with eating disorders often have abdominal pain when they sit at the table or after eating a little. Parents believe that these abdominal pains are a pretext for refusing to eat, but poor children have terrible stomach pains. Their treatment consists in trying to make meal periods as pleasant as possible for children.

In the first weeks of life, abdominal pain is most often caused by colic or indigestion. If the baby is in pain, vomiting and agitated the doctor should be called.


symptomsDisease
  • The child cries uncontrollably more than three hours a day,
    3 days a week
  • Possible to be bloated.
  • It is common for children under 3 months.
  • cramps
  • Treatment of colic
  • Moms say ...
  • Colics on the forum
  • Eat greedily then cry
  • He usually spit what he swallowed
  • Vomiting more than 2 times a day
  • Cough
  • GASTRIC REFLUX
  • Small bowel movements
  • Dry and hard chairs.
  • Begins ingestion of solid foods at
    4-6 months old.

  • constipation
  • Constipation treatment
  • Moms say ...
  • Specialist advice
  • Dizziness after feeding
  • bloating
  • Watery chairs
  • Common in the first weeks after birth
  • LACTOSE DEFICIENCY
  • Eruption of the face, elbow,
    knee
  • Allergic symptoms after ingestion
    certain foods
  • Swelling of the face, lips and mouth
  • Loaded nose
  • Teary eyes
  • Possible vomiting
  • Lethargy
  • Stools with mucous or blood
  • Common symptoms in children of at least 6 months
  • Types of allergies
  • Food allergies
  • Allergy to hair dye
  • Allergy to bread
  • Excrescence in the genital area that becomes
    darker and louder
  • Vomiting and pain may occur.
  • Common at age under 1 year
  • HERNIA INGHINALA