Children Illnesses and Symptoms
EMPTY IN BABIES AND CHILDREN
Dry cough, sputum cough or short or long-lasting cough may be the case. Coughing is usually caused by respiratory tract infection. In a child, you should see a doctor if you have coughing together with shortness of breath or rectal temperature of 380 ° C or higher, or when coughing in babies.
EAR PAIN IN BABIES AND CHILDREN
Pain, tenderness, throbbing, tinnitus or blockage in the eyes of children between 3 months and 3 years of age are common. Pain usually refers to an infection or, more rarely, an ear injury. Hearing impairment may be due to a blockage caused by pulling, ear, ear fur, or water behind the eardrum.
BREATHING OF BABIES AND CHILDREN
Respiratory insufficiency, rapid breathing, or inability to breathe in and out of the lungs is a hallmark of breathlessness. When it comes to breathlessness, you should see a doctor. Immediate intervention may be required if excessive breathing is involved.
ABDOMINE IN CHILDREN
Abdominal pain is the pain that occurs in the region between the underside of the rib cage and the groin. Children are common. If you continue for more than 3 hours, constant vomiting and constipation, or when a baby has come to drink, you should see a doctor.
BED BUILDING AND TOILET EDUCATION
Intestinal and bladder problems may occur at any age. The age at which children receive toilet training varies, but usually ranges from 2 to 5 years. Small accidents may occur during or after toilet training. However, frequent problems in controlling bladder and bowel movements after toilet training can be a reporter of a physical or psychological problem that needs to be consulted.
DIARY IN CHILDREN
Diarrhea is the condition of the feces being slurred, watery or more frequent defecation. Gastrointestinal infections and anxiety are common causes of diarrhea in children. When the abdominal pain and vomiting continue, the diarrhea must be brought to the attention of the doctor.
DEFICIENCY OR STOMACHING IN CHILDREN
Nausea and vomiting in children are common and can be caused by many disorders. Nausea and vomiting, which starts after an injury or starts with severe abdominal pain or headache, requires seeing a doctor.
Unhealthy or Unstable in Children
General and unexplained irritability, crying or behavioral change may sometimes indicate illness. Your child may or may not notice the symptoms without your help.
PENNIAL PAIN, INJURIES, KITTLES OR ACTIVE
The presence of sores or masses on the penis or penile discharge is usually caused by a sexually transmitted disease. Before you can diagnose your problem and see if you and your intercourse can be treated, see the doctor immediately.
URDER NOT CHECKING
Inability to control the urine is referred to as urinary incontinence. It can result from aging, from serious illnesses or from certain medications. Talk to your doctor to remove any serious problem.
EARNING PAIN OR FREQUENTLY
Feeling pain before or after an outbreak, during or after an outbreak may be due to an infection. Frequent urination can result from an infection, diabetes, diuretic medications or simply consuming excess fluid.
STRENGTHLY DURING URINE
Difficulty in producing very little urine, unable to initiate urine flow, or producing urine or initiating urine flow may indicate problems with the kidneys or prostate gland. These indications must be communicated to the doctor.
Urine can have a bluish, smoke-colored, pink or red appearance if there is blood in it. The presence of blood in the urine can result from infection, inflammation, or a urinary tract tumor. However, food dyes may change some foods and certain medications may also change the color of your urine. Your doctor will need a urine test to be able to make a diagnosis.