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Flatulent belly in a child: constipation
Constipation in children is unpleasant, but they are usually not a serious problem. If your baby has constipation, his tummy may be larger, hard to touch.
How to know if your child has constipation?
Consideration should be given to the frequency of bowel movements and the way the toddler makes poo - whether it causes him discomfort or refusing to pass his stool, he strains.
If your toddler defecates less often and seems to have problems while making poop, you should seriously consider the possibility of constipation and try to deal with them.
Read what works best for children with constipation.
Flatulent abdomen in a child: appendicitis
A bloated stomach can be a consequence of appendicitis. Other symptoms that accompany a child in this situation are: fever, nausea, pain that centers around the lower right abdomen. If you suspect that your child may have appendicitis, consult a doctor and do it as soon as possible.
Bloated stomach in a child: parasites
Parasites in children are an underestimated problem, rarely properly monitored, which, however, has a significant impact on health. Some scientists indicate that being in nurseries or kindergartens almost guarantees that the toddler will catch an unpleasant tenant sooner or later, the consequence of which is a bloated stomach, nausea, diarrhea, stomach fullness, stomach pain.
It is important to sensitize your child how to properly care for hygiene, why washing hands is so important and how to do it.
Bloated belly in a child: celiac disease
The bloated stomach is a common symptom of celiac disease, a celiac disease, which in its classic form is manifested in just an enlarged waist circumference. A child with celiac disease usually has a light, almost transparent complexion, slim legs and arms, may grow slowly (or not at all), sometimes diarrhea is observed, as well as reduced immunity and mood swings.
Although there is no cure for celiac disease, it can be controlled by following a strict gluten-free diet. After entering the gluten-free menu, the problem with bloated tummy ends (immediately or after a few months - this is a very individual matter).
The child has a large flat stomach? Watch the baby. If it is accompanied by other symptoms - diarrhea, fever, lack of appetite, vomiting - consult a doctor.