Many parents find it difficult and tiring to raise children now. Compared with the past, children in the past are like "raising pigs", but now children are "raising swans". At birth, it has attracted much attention and has become the center, focus and focus of the whole family. Once the child is sick and uncomfortable, the whole family will suffer even more.
Actually, before the age of 5, children do have two age groups who love to get sick. Parents should beware, especially these common diseases.
First age group: 6 Month/1 year-1.5 years old
Some children continue to get sick from six months, and some can surviveOn the first birthday, and then enter the irregular period, generally until about one and a half years old, the child's illness will get better.
Why does a six-month-old child start to get sick? On the one hand, because the antibodies from breast milk are almost exhausted, and at this time, supplementary foods have just been added, the baby’s intake of nutrients from the diet is limited, resulting in a decline in the ability to resist bacteria; on the other hand, more than six months Babies, adults have begun to go out with them. They no longer lie at home every day like a baby. If they have more contact with the outside world, they will naturally be exposed to more germs, and they are easily cross-infected and cause illness.
So it is said that six months to one and a half years old is the peak period for the first baby to fall sick. Later, when the child is fully adapted to the complementary food, his own resistance will also rise, and there will be a period of "peace" . However, at this stage, common diseases are:
1,Acute rash in children:
Acute rash in children is usually the baby’s first illness. In fact, it is a self-healing disease. The general symptom is that the child has a fever first. After two or three days, a careful parent You will find a red rash on your child. The rash will go away as soon as the fever develops. After two or three days, the rash will go away and the child will be well. It does not require excessive treatment, but if your child has a high fever, you can take fever-reducing medicine as appropriate.
I have a colleague. At that time, his baby suddenly had a fever when he was ten months old, but he was in a good state of mind. I wondered if it was an acute rash in a child, but they couldn’t stand the old man getting furious and not having a child When I went to the hospital, I went to toss the child around, took blood and tested it. In the end, the doctor also said that the child was suspected of having an acute rash, but after three days, the rash developed, and my colleagues said it was really frustrating.
2, infant diarrhea:
When the baby is five or six months old, we will consider giving it Add supplementary food, but if it is not added properly, or the baby may have food allergies or intolerances due to intestinal sensitivity, causing diarrhea in children. I have seen a baby who is allergic to egg whites and will have diarrhea as long as he eats it , But strangely, her twin sister is completely unaffected by this.
3. Herpetic angina:
Herpetic angina Inflammation is a disease caused by enterovirus. It is characterized by sudden fever, herpes in the mouth, red and swollen throat, and loss of appetite. It frequently occurs in summer and autumn. Infants and young children are the main targets. Why?
This is because babies around one year old have insufficient respiratory barrier function, the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract is soft, and the immune system is not strong enough, so they are easily infected.
At this time, children who are able to express may say that their mouth hurts, but more children do not like to eat, and those who are still drinking breastmilk may show refusal, irritability, etc.
My sister’s child will arrive after one year old When I was two years old, I got herpetic angina twice, and it was obvious that I went to the indoor playground both times. I had a fever within a few days after I came back. I went to the hospital to check it with a tongue depressor and said Herpes is coming back.
4. Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
Hand, foot and mouth disease is also caused by the intestinal tract. It is similar to herpes angina. Both have fever, but the location of the rash is different. Hand, foot and mouth disease is first in the oral cavity. Blisters appear, and then red spots begin to appear on the hands and soles.
(See the follow-up article for the second age group prone to get sick.)
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