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How do you know that your baby has colic, fever or ear pain baby
How do you know that your baby has colic, fever or ear pain baby ... a thousand different questions sneaker us on the head, and you might know the answer, but there is always some doubt.
How do you know that your baby has colic, fever or ear pain baby ... a thousand different questions sneaker us on the head, and you might know the answer, but there is always some doubt. Here are a few basic tips ... How to recognize an ear infection? It can be very difficult to detect ear infections in infants and children who are too young to be able to tell exactly where it hurts. One of the signs of ear infections secure the painful reaction of the child to gently pulling the ear. Also, babies can react to pay on each feeding or refuse meals because of the pressure being in the middle ear makes swallowing painful. Symptoms: * Runny nose * Sore throat * Difficulty in swallowing * Fever Symptoms, in addition to pain in the ears, may include the appearance of thick, yellow fluid coming from the ear. Spasms in babies Infant cramps occur most often in the first 3-4 months of age. Parents will notice that their child often inconsolably crying: crying starts suddenly and appears at least three days a week, and in many cases, episodes of painful tears appear every day. By definition, infant colic or cramps lasting a week or more ago, in which the child is progressing well on weight and develop properly. Sometimes the tears can occur paleness or redness of the face with a painful grimace. The tummy tight and swollen, and the child draws legs, lift them out head and squeezing hands. It is important that before you conclude that it is a Infant colic, a pediatrician should be removed doubts that the babys crying caused by the disease. How to measure the temperature in your baby Touch or kiss his forehead, and if your baby seems to be warmer than usual, youre probably right, and this is reason enough to take a thermometer and check. Although there are different ways to measure the temperature of a small child (ear, forehead thermometer-soother) is still the most reliable way of measuring rectal, or measuring the temperature in the butt. There are thermometers that are designed specifically for measuring rectal and they tip entering the butt a lot thinner and therefore easier baby, but certainly not with an ordinary, conventional thermometer can not be wrong. To measure the temperature lay your baby on the changing table or bed, with one arm received both his legs to the ankles and lift into the air. Ass can spread with a little more cream or even the tip of the thermometer dip into the cream and thus facilitate the entry of the thermometer in the butt.