Vyzshat doctor should be sure if your child has at least one of the following symptoms: vomiting.
If vomiting began at the child, wait at least 1 hour before you give him something to drink.Then give your child a few small sips of a simple pure water: boiled, filtered or mineral without gas.If vomiting is not repeated within 15 minutes after that, continue to give a little water every 15 minutes.Do not let the baby have yet, at least 4 hours.If vomiting continues, excessive dehydration may begin at the child.If vomiting continues for more than 24 hours, and especially if it is accompanied by diarrhea, the child should be sure to see a doctor.
Vomiting and the temperature increase in the absence of diarrhea can be symptoms of many dangerous diseases: appendicitis, strep throat or urinary tract infection.If the vomit contains blood or traces of mucus, vomit, or greenish color, it may indicate damage or obstruction of the intestine and requires urgent medical intervention.
Dehydration can be very dangerous.Particularly rapid dehydration occurs when you have diarrhea and vomiting.Sometimes children with severe angina tend to drink less liquid because they ingest pain, it can also lead to dehydration.In these cases it is important to slowly but steadily, to give the baby a clean water as vomiting.Signs of dehydration: a child urinates less than 3 times a day, it can be a headache, drowsiness, dry mouth or tongue, fontanelle in infants lightly pressed.Any of these symptoms require medical emergencies.
have an infant under the age of 6 weeks, the temperature is 38.2 ° C is considered extremely dangerous and requires immediate call ambulance.In infant older than 6 weeks of such a high temperature is a sign of the body's fight against infection, and does not require such medical emergencies.In general, it is important not so much the high temperature, and how the behavior of the child at the same time.
If you give the child antipyretic (paracetamol), and it an hour later, still crying, capricious, or behaves somehow unusual (for example, can not wake up), you should seek medical advice immediately, even if the temperature was not more than 38 degrees.
If the child's temperature was asleep, he revived and relaxed, you can not go to the doctor.If fever persists for more than 72 hours, contact your GP.
shortness of breath.
Shortness of breath may be caused by many reasons.At high temperatures, the child's breathing often becomes quiet and palpitations.When taking fever-reducing medications temperature drops and breathing returns to normal, it means that particular cause for concern.But if breathing becomes more frequent in the absence of heat, this symptom requires a doctor on call.
Noisy or wheezing can be a sign of croup, asthma attack or ingested foreign body.Croup - a respiratory disease, often accompanied by a barking cough, worse at night.Shortness of breath with croup occurs during inhalation, it may facilitate inhalation of warm water vapor from the heavy shower or cool outside air.If this does not help, consult a physician.Seek medical attention should also be under any symptoms of breathing difficulties if it lasts more than 20-30 minutes.
excessive drowsiness, convulsions, unconsciousness or be confused wanton aggression.
These conditions can be caused by many reasons, but they all require a doctor on call.
• Seizures are generally characterized as rhythmic jerking of the head or other body parts.One of the causes of seizures may be a head injury or a high fever.If the cramps do not go longer than 2-3 minutes, immediately call an ambulance.
• Young children are frequent head trauma.If the child head injury, closely watch its state for at least 4 hours after injury.Many children head injury accompanied by sleepiness and headache can also occur isolated cases of vomiting.You can allow the child to sleep in the 4 hours, but should wake him up every half hour to make sure that the child is not difficult to wake.When loss of consciousness, seizures, unusual behavior, or frequent vomiting should seek medical advice.
• Random medication or poison requires immediate medical call.In every house where there is a small child, you should have an emetic, which is necessary to give the child, if he swallows any chemical.
Abdominal pain can have different causes: from constipation to indigestion or stomach flu.It is necessary to consult a doctor if the pain persists for a long time and is accompanied by a complete loss of appetite, vomiting greenish or bloody diarrhea.If the pain is so severe that the child can not walk or folded in half, you should call a doctor immediately.
blood in the stool.
Every time there is blood in the stool should consult a doctor.Make sure that the child does not eat any food red (for example, sugar beet or jelly with red dye), which may be similar to blood.
Although the causes of blood in the stool may be small, for example, minor injuries as a result of the intestine or anus, constipation, access to a doctor is necessary to rule out more serious causes.