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Mother, These Signs of Digestion Little Problematic

When the baby starts to look fussy, uncomfortable, accompanied by vomiting to diarrhea, this may be caused by problems with digestion. To be more vigilant, let's Mother, recognize the signs. From birth, baby digestion learns to process the intake of nutrients that enter the body through food. It's just that the baby's digestive system is still in developmental stages, so it is susceptible to problems. Recognizing Signs of Problematic Digestion in Babies Problems with baby digestion can actually be identified through several signs, such as: Gag Vomiting in infants is the most common sign of digestive problems. Symptoms usually start with vomiting suddenly and can also be accompanied by fever or diarrhea. During this time, the desire for Little to eat or drink milk will be reduced. If you feel diaper changes less often, your child may have entered the dehydration stage. However, vomiting needs to be distinguished from spit up which is normal. Reflux Have you
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