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No: Teething has been wrongfully blamed for the common maladies in infants of 6 to 12 months age such as fever (febrile illness), diarrhea or even rash. It would be reasonable to expect a mild elevation of temperature not above 101 degree F and some fretfullness. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
A fussy infant or child is one who may be more irritable than usual. She may not eat as much as usual and may have trouble sleeping. A fussy baby may have an infection, teeth coming in, a tummy ache, or just be distressed due to a change of schedule or "having a bad day". If it persists or she can't sleep or eat anything, ...Read more
Not in newborn: Lactase which digests lactose or milk sugar essentially always present in newborns and levels only decrease in toddlers at age children would usually be weaned. It is lack of lactase that causes lactose intolerance. About 2-3% of infants are milk allergic so this is a more likely cause of reactions to cow milk. Switch to soy based formula and consult an allergist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Newborn had only 2 bowel movements. Taking simethicone after feedings. Lots of gas, fussiness, crying. Supplementing breast milk with similac.
Fussiness: Breast fe babies can have a stool with each feeding, once a, day or can go as pong as a week without having one. They maybet fussy as the week progresses. Try burping your infant frequently If he seems to be constipated you may give him formula with 1-2 tablespoons with dark Karo syrup ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is this colorectal cancer/ tumors?
Symptoms: annorexia, depression, bloody stools, abdominal cramping, diarrhea, constipation, fatigue over 4 mos.
3yo acute onset tachypnea, wheezing. Given albuterol, wheezing subsided; tachypnea remains. No apparent distress, lethargy, fever, history disease, etc.
11year old son diagnosed with mesenteric adenitis.(4 time in 2 years)ultrasound shows 6.2cm appendix.Pain, vomitting, diarhhea, stool pelts.Appendectomy?
Unlikely appy: Appendicitis is something that usually comes, stays, and becomes a big problem. It does not usually come and go. It's also usually does not cause significant stool changes except maybe diarrhea at the time it is inflamed. It sounds like it would be very beneficial to see a G.I. Specialist as there is a few problems things it could be. Ibs, crohn's and ulcerative colitis are all possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: GI symptoms can often be early signs of the onset of labor. It can also be something you ate of signs of the onset of a stomach virus. If you are term, sit back and relax and see if contractions ensue. If you are not due yet, get bed rest and call doctor if any contractions start. ...Read more
Please see answer: Necrotizing enterocolitis is a bowel disease that typically affects preterm infants, infants less than 37 weeks when born. Full term infants may be affected by this condition but it is rare and very unlikely. If the infant is full term, other diagnoses would include malrotation with volvulus. Regardless, it is important to seek prompt medical attention for this condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers