Intestinal dysbiosis is a change in the composition of the intestinal microflora, in other words – an imbalance between harmful and beneficial microorganisms. In the section “Dysbacteriosis in a child” you can find out the causes of such a violation.
You will read what other causes of dysbacteriosis exist, besides treatment with antibiotics, lack of breast milk, stress, improperly composed menu, diseases of the stomach and intestines, as well as intestinal infections.
In the materials section “Dysbacteriosis in a child»You will learn how to find out if everything is in order with the baby’s intestinal flora, how to collect the material for analysis correctly, and at what time it should be done. Doctors will tell you why in the first 2 months of life a baby does not need to examine the intestinal microflora.
In the articles of the heading you will read, at what age you need to do tests to determine the presence of dysbiosis, and at what time the composition of microorganisms inherent in the child is finally determined.
Experts will answer the question whether dysbacteriosis is a disease and whether it needs to be treated. You will find out if there is a temporary imbalance in the body, whether it can disappear by itself and not affect your well-being. In the materials of the rubric you will read in which case you need to correct this state.
You will also find out whether the correction of the intestinal microflora is part of the complex treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. From the articles in this section, you will find out which doctors are dealing with dysbacteriosis depending on the problem that caused it.
Experts also suggest that help cope with dysbiosis. You will learn why the diet of children suffering from dysbiosis should be varied.
Should the child eat animal proteins, carbohydrates, fats, fresh fruits and vegetables, cereals every day, and also how sour-milk products such as kefir and yogurt are useful for children with dysbacteriosis.
In the materials heading “Dysbacteriosis in a child»You will also read about summer intestinal infections in children and what to do to avoid intestinal infections. Experts will tell you what are the symptoms of rotavirus infection, how dysentery proceeds, how to deal with KINE (intestinal infection of unknown etiology), as well as how to give first aid for indigestion (diarrhea) in a child.