The habit of urinating on babies will disappear automatically as you get older and make it more mature in baby development because you can control the production of saliva and the ability to swallow is perfect. 2-4 months of age is a vulnerable time that makes babies often urinate. So what makes your baby pee? (Other articles: Baby girl name)
The following is an explanation for babies who frequently pass urine:
Dropping or drooling, also known as shalore medicine, is caused by physiological factors or disorders that cause the child to pass. You do not need to worry that blushing will not cause serious problems, but you should recognize the symptoms that cause checking whether an indication of a disease or disorder that must be treated.
The cause of urinating is a change in the production of increased saliva which can be due to the growth of teeth in the baby, the condition of food allergies, administration of certain drugs or infectious conditions such as peritonsillar abscess, sinusitis or mononucleasis. Cracking that must be watched out for is excessive drolling because it is related to nerves that regulate muscle work optimally.
Increased water production in some normal babies occurs due to teething and increases colds and allergies. Generally the increase in saliva is sufficient at the age of 6 months because it will prepare the child to get nutrients from solid food. Whereas at the beginning of complementary feeding, it is difficult for babies to retain saliva from their mouths, which causes normal urination for babies.
Meanwhile, at 6-9 months the baby swells in a lying, prone, supine and sitting position. Likewise with babies who start talking to reach, teething or pointing. At the age of 9 months, babies will pee when eating certain foods, while at the age of 10-18 months babies will pee when doing fine movements. Entering the age of 2 years then the baby can control and no longer bles. Meanwhile, at the age of more than 2 years and still checking, there is a possibility that there will be health problems that require further examination. So that it knows the main cause of the occurrence of baby urination.
The following are some tips that can help babies pass or drool:
- Remind babies to swallow saliva frequently
- Remind your child to close their mouths and raise their chin
- Reducing sugary foods that cause increased saliva production
- If what causes your baby to pass is teething. You can apply ice or a cold object to reduce fouling.
Do the examination on toddlers over 2 years who are still urinating. To find out the cause of the disorder suffered, speech therapy is aimed at being better able to close both lips and drain saliva into the oral cavity then swallowed.