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Monday, September 19, 2011

again diarrhea

every month mesti raziq akan kena cirit.biasanya kalo kena cirit mesti kena tukar susu baru nk berhenti cirit..adus sampai merah2 habis kat kawasan tu sian bila basuh put je nangis sian ..dh makin susut berat badan dia makin kurus n kecik.skrang raziq minum susu

(sumber gambar : google)


so dh seminggu la lebih kurang raziq kena cirit .sabtu lepas jumpa pakar kanak-kanak kat kb sape lagi dr zam kat klinik TMC. so dia ckp biasa je kalo kuar lendir since raziq cam cergas lagi..dia suh continous bagi minum air garam.maybe jangkitan kuman.dia mesti ada luka sikit sbb selalu put kan..antara ubatnya ialah :


semecta - 1/2 paket bagi 2 xsehari..


ORS - bancuh ngan air masak 250 ml..thank setiap kali put bagi 80 ml..selalunya bagi guna shrink la nk habiskan 80 ml macam2 cara kita org guna tauwww....


lacto GG- ni adalah bakteria baik untuk memulihkan sistem dalam perut raziq..mahal tauw..:)


sbb kan kali ni ruam nya agak kritikal..sampai luka so Dr.Zam bagi antibiotik cream n fungal Cream la..alhamdulillah dh ok ruam dia..


susu plak ummi dh beli susu yang Lactose Free..kenapa kena beri susu yang Lactose free..@susu tanpa laktosa bila anak kena cirit?


Lactose is the simple sugar found in milk and milk products. It can also be found in a variety of other foods and even as a filler in some pills and capsules. The enzyme lactase, present in the lining of the small intestine, splits lactose into two simple sugars. These simple sugars can then be absorbed by the body and used as nourishment.

In infants, milk is the main part of the diet, so it is natural and normal for lactase production to gradually decrease as the diet becomes more varied. This tends to occur in childhood and adolescence in African Americans, Native American Indians, Hispanics, Arabs, Jews, and Asians. Northern European white races seem to keep lactase production the longest.

When lactase is absent, lactose passes through the intestine to the colon (large bowel), carrying extra fluid with it. In the colon, bacteria break down lactose into lactic acid and certain gases. Lactic acid is an irritant and laxative.
It can cause symptoms such as bloating, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and gas or flatus.

Lactase activity is reduced in people with certain intestinal conditions such as Crohn's disease and celiac disease (gluten enteropathy). Patients taking certain drugs and alcoholic patients may also be lactose intolerant. Finally, patients with surgical removal of part of the stomach or a large portion of the small intestine may need to reduce lactose in the diet.

It is important to remember that while lactose intolerance can cause quite uncomfortable symptoms, it does not cause damage to the intestine. The purpose of this diet is to eliminate lactose or reduce it to tolerable levels.


(Source:http://www.gicare.com/diets/lactose-free.aspx)




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