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Head injury

08/06/20 10:19

Hello, I have a 14-month-old daughter. A while ago, she was sitting on a couch about 40 cm high and fell backwards on to the floor and hit her head. She cried right away, she wasn't unconscious, she had nothing on her head, just a lump started to form, but it wasn't bleeding. Now she’s laughing and playing as per usual. Should I go to A&E with her?

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Reply: Head injury

08/06/20 10:19

Hello, if your daughter is not vomiting and behaves normally, she has equally wide pupils, which respond to light (i.e. they shrink when you shine a light on them, they dilate when you take the light away) you do not need to see a doctor. But now, for at least 2 nights in a row, wake her up to full consciousness 3 times a night so that she is able to respond to you. If her behaviour changes in any way or she starts vomiting, she is more drowsy, etc., have her examined by a doctor immediately.

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Eye secretion

08/06/20 10:18

Hello, I have a question for you. I have a 4-week-old daughter and her eyes were slightly stuck together this morning when she woke up, it looked like rheum, but there was more. I wanted to ask if I could give her something before I take her to see a doctor?

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Reply: Eye secretion

08/06/20 10:18

Hello, remove the "sleepy" crusts from your daughter using a cotton swab drizzled with boiled water, use a new cotton swab on each eye. Always wipe from the outer corner of the eye to the inner corner. In addition, you can put 1 drop of eye disinfectant (e.g. Ocuflash) into each eye every 3 hours during the day - this product can be bought over-the-counter. If your daughter's eye secretion worsens, visit a paediatrician as soon as possible, who may then prescribe other eye drops, which are prescription only.

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Delayed breathing

08/06/20 10:15

Hello, today our son is exactly one month old. About 8 times since coming out of maternity hospital the Nanny breath sensor has come on while my son is asleep. He sleeps in swaddling, so he can’t move off the sensor pad. Is there something wrong with him? Is there some sort of examination? My son is 4.6 kg and 58 cm. He is quite healthy, it’s just that in the hospital they told me that he has a small fontanelle, otherwise he is doing well. Thank you for your answer.

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Reply: Delayed breathing

08/06/20 10:15

Hello, you didn’t write whether your son is breathing or not when you come to the bed during the alarm. I assume he's breathing and responding normally, because if he wasn't breathing, you’d have had him examined. There can be several causes, for example, it is possible that when your son falls sound asleep, he may have a longer delay between breaths (more than 20 s), and so the alarm sounds, which wakes him and he inhales. This should gradually disappear with age as the breathing centre develops. But there could be other causes. Whatever the cause is, it would be best for him to be examined by a paediatrician. See the posts below for more. Fontanelle size has no effect on breathing. Furthermore, it could be a failure in the pad, if you have a new one or one that is less than 2 years old, with the original receipt, you can contact your dealer to have it inspected by the JABLOTRON manufacturer.

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Diarrhoea with teething

08/06/20 10:14

Hello, I have an 8-month-old daughter and for the 3rd day now she has mushy stools about 3-4 times a day, there is no blood or mucous in the stool, she doesn't have a temperature, she drinks quite a lot, she also urinates a lot, she doesn't want to eat much, it seems like her teeth are growing. Is it possible that there is diarrhoea when teething? Is there anything I can give her?

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Reply: Diarrhoea with teething

08/06/20 10:14

Hello, definitely diarrhoea can occur along with teething. Of course, it cannot be ruled out that this is diarrhoea that has an infectious origin. You can give your daughter Hylak 3 times a day, dosed according to her weight and start a diet - i.e. if you are breast-feeding, you can continue to breast-feed, if you are not breast-feeding, when she has diarrhoea give her lactose-free milk formula instead of the formula you usually give. As an extra you can serve her, for example, mashed banana, boiled rice or boiled potatoes with carrots, meat and vegetable, non-irritating fruits. Rusk biscuits are not really recommended for diarrhoea, it is better to have a piece of bread if your daughter already has at least some teeth through and can eat pieces of bread? Try offering plenty of fluids and check her urination. You can also use Smecta to stop diarrhoea, but do not give Hylak at the same time, leave at least 1-2 hours apart. If the diarrhoea does not get better, or if it even gets worse or mucous and/or blood appear in the stool, or the colour changes or if your daughter starts urinating less, have her examined by a paediatrician, who can also conduct other examinations - such as a rectal swab to rule out or confirm a possible bacterial cause of the diarrhoea.

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Newborn cold

08/06/20 10:10

Hello, I have a question, I have a 3-week-old girl and she probably has a cold. Can I give her something for it? Otherwise she doesn't have a temperature yet, she drinks less, but wees a lot.

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Reply: Newborn cold

08/06/20 10:11

Hello, spray a seawater solution into the nose and remove it with a suction bottle, preferably attached to a vacuum cleaner, humidify the air and raise your daughter’s position whilst sleeping. If she starts to have a temperatures or gets out of breathe while drinking or urinates less, see a paediatrician immediately.

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