Babies need to burp in the middle and end of feeding to remove the air they swallow by sucking and swallowing in their stomachs.
To make your baby burp, place his chest on your own shoulder or lay your child face down on your lap and rub his back. the vast majority of children under 3 months of age take it out after eating, and some take it out every time.
The removed substance is usually milky in color and sometimes has the appearance of sputum or cream.
after 6 months, it decreases when babies begin to sit upright. Until then, you can calm your baby down before feeding to reduce teething, or if you are bottle feeding, keep the bottle upside down so that it does not swallow too much air.
It is not only a finding that concerns the stomach and intestinal system, it can be a symptom of many diseases. It means a sudden emptying of the contents of the stomach.
If you have green and yellow vomiting, bloody vomiting, frequent vomiting, accompanied by the presence of fever, signs of dehydration, and absent-mindedness, take it to the doctor immediately.
These symptoms can be caused by overeating, intestinal obstruction, infection, or sensitivity to milk protein (cow’s milk and soy intolerance).
If your child is vomiting, give plenty of fluids and sip sips. If he also vomits this, wait half an hour and give it again. If he still vomits, take him to the doctor.
Appetite is when food is eaten with pleasure and pleasure.
It is one of the most common reasons for contacting a pediatrician. In fact, most of the children called anorexia are children affected by incorrect eating habits who do not eat as much as their parents want, if there is no organic cause such as a febrile illness, anemia, parasites.
Since children have survived periods of rapid growth after the age of 1, their calorie needs have decreased, so there may also be a decrease in their eating.
But it should be remembered that if there is really a lack of appetite, a serious illness may lie at the bottom. That is why it is important to monitor whether the child has lost weight, how long the loss of appetite has been present, the presence of fever, abdominal pain, nausea, sweating and weakness, as well as changes in the child’s mental state.
If your child has a lack of appetite, you should definitely consult your doctor. Your doctor will do a number of tests to find out if your child’s lack of appetite is related to any cause. If it turns out that it is not due to any reason, never force your child to eat. Because it can be full.
The child may understand that he is hungry or full. If we force him, he won’t be able to establish the normal hunger-satiety pattern. In the future, he may have problems caused by improper nutrition.
If your child’s weight gain and height growth are normal, it doesn’t matter how much he eats. Do not allow him to eat junk food and remember that your close circle may abuse it. Do not try to force him to eat foods he does not want.
Children are influenced by their eating habits in the family. It will be difficult for a non-dairy parent to give milk to his child or forbid the child to drink cola while he drinks it himself. A large amount of liquid foods such as milk, fruit juice, especially when consumed before meals, will reduce the child’s appetite.
In addition, anemia may develop as a result of excessive milk consumption, which may cause loss of appetite.
Do not put more than you can eat on your plate. Do not use food as a reward or punishment; if you tell the child, ‘you can’t eat dessert until you finish the vegetable,’ the message he will get is that the vegetable is a bad thing that can only be eaten if there is a reward at the end.