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If Worms Present In Intestine That Make Malnutrition Can That Cause Pica
An age-appropriate diet is one that provides adequate nutrition and is appropriate for a child's state of development. During the first 4 - 6 months of life, infants need only breast milk or formula to meet all their nutritional needs. At 4 - 6 months of age an infant should be consuming 28 - 45 ounces of formula, and is often ready to start the transition to solid foods. 6 - 8 MONTHS Continue to offer breast milk or formula 3 - 5 times per day. 8 - 12 MONTHS OF AGE Breast milk or formula should be offered three to four times per day at this age. After a baby is 1-year old, whole milk may replace ...Read more
Confusing question: Although a premature infant may not have the intestinal development of a normal newborn, it will progress after birth & have the same abilities over time normal newborns actually continue to improve their intestinal function up to approximately 1 year of age. Insults to the infant causing injury might cause malabsorbtion, but that is true for adults too. ...Read more
I was diagonised with worms in my intestine through blood test today what's the cause! is it serious? How do I treat n prevent them from coming back?
I am concerned: In the usa, the diagnosis of intestinal helminths (worms in the gut) isn't made by blood work without further support (stool for ova and parasites). The websites that discuss blood tests to diagnose parasites that mainstream medicine can't are obvious fringe stuff. I'd urge you to get a second opinion from a scientific physician who's trustworthy. ...Read more
Why do parasites appear in your body? Where do they come from? For example, how do intestinal worms go inside the intestines without consuming them?
Get in...: One way or another. Eat the eggs or worm covers most. Hookworm gets in through the skin. ...Read more
I had severe bleeding during my period after which my old pica habit of eating dust and oil returned even hb is 12.1,what could cause it ?
No definite answer: Iron deficiency does not always lead to pica and there are other nutritional deficits that can be associated with pica. It can also be a learned behavior, related to a biochemical disorder, sensory seeking or related to stress. It can lead to serious health risks so no matter the cause it needs to be addressed. Start with your primary to develop a plan of action. ...Read more
The gastrointestinal tract starts at the mouth, travel down the tunnel (esophagus), which connects to the stomach, which then empties into the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum---the three parts of the small intestine (@25 feet). This empties into the colon or large intestine (about 5 feet), which then becomes the sigmoid colon, rectum and out the anus. So, every morsel eaten ...Read more
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