To see if a disease is serious or not in a child of 6 months, pediatricians should consider very specific alarm symptoms.
Increased risk diseases in children can be prevented with vaccines. However, there are other more common communicable diseases such as flu, bronchiolitis and other gastrointestinal ailments that, unfortunately, can not be prevented.
Proper feeding an infant is essential for full development, so it is important to know the foods that can be consumed in the first 6 months of his life and in the subsequent period.
Gastroesophageal reflux in infants is caused pro immaturity in the gastrointestinal system. The main treatment is to modify aspects of feeding and maintaining breastfeeding.
The main symptoms of constipation are decreased frequency of bowel movements, hard, painful stools and large stools.