Sam is sick since Monday on and off fever niya but he is still lively. As in mas sumobra pa kakulitan niya. Tuesday night when I noticed na naging high fever niya around 10pm, since I cannot leave from work, I asked my mom to bring him to his pedia she is getting worried na din kasi. Iba na kasi talaga panahon ngayon the simple fever na akala natin eh malala na pala.
Wednesday he is supposed to have his check up, biglang nag cancel si pedia because of an emergency but Sam is still lively super daldal every time I called sa house to check on him. When I got home ayun naabutan ko sa room ng lola nya with his table and chair sa ibabaw ng bed while her lola fall a sleep ka aalaga sa kanya. Kung hindi ka maloka talaga sa kakulitan.
He saw me with a big box alam niya na cake ayun super excited si kulit, I told him to put it on the fridge first para lumamig and after dinner pa niya puwede eat.
This is how he looks when eating the cake 🙂 , grabe anak
Around 10pm nagsuka si kulit and high fever again, no effect kool fever and medicine niya. 130 am super high at 330 am he started complaining about his tummy masakit daw. That is the good thing with my baby he can express himself na what masakit. He is already looking for his lola, alam ata ng anak ko na mas magaling lola niya mag alaga sa akin. When he saw his lola he said agad “I want doctor”, namumutla na siya that time. So we decided na dalhin na siya sa ER.
We arrived at the hospital 4am, he had his urinalysis and some medicine para hindi cya ma dehydrate, after i 1/2 hour we already discharge and continue his medicines at home. Findings is UTI. Thanked GOD nothing serious.
Iba pala feeling once na baby mo na ang may sakit talaga, you will get panic agad, I’m so lucky that my parents are really supportive and they love my baby so much. They will do anything to protect Sam.
Sa sobrang kamamadali nasira ang gucci bag ko hu hu hu
Okay lang yan as long na okay si kulit, will ask hubby to buy me na lang again for me 🙂 kung makakalusot.
I want to share some points to about UTI for toddlers
What is UTI?
The urinary tract includes the kidneys, which make urine; the ureters, tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder; the bladder, which stores urine until the body is ready to empty it; and the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body.
Normally urine travels this path without a hitch, but if bacteria get in the urine — from the skin around the genitals or rectum or via the bloodstream — they can create infection and inflammation at any point along the way. About 8 percent of girls and 2 percent of boys will have at least one urinary tract infection (UTI) during childhood.
Call your toddler’s doctor if you suspect something’s wrong. Urinary tract infections are usually easy to treat, but if left untreated they can cause permanent kidney damage and even kidney failure. Doctors say children under age 2 are more likely than older children to suffer serious damage, so it’s important to catch and treat the condition as soon as possible.
1. Unexplained fever
4. Lower back hurts
5.Urination is painful
What to Do
Proper treatment of a UTI is crucial because left untreated, the infection can cause kidney damage, according to KidsHealth. If your toddler has any of the symptoms of a UTI, call her pediatrician immediately. Once diagnosed, she’ll probably take a round of antibiotics to destroy the bacteria causing the infection. Take steps to prevent future UTIs. Teach your daughter to wipe from front to back to prevent the spread of bacteria. pediatrician about bubble baths and scented soaps because if she’s prone to UTIs, these can be the cause. Have your son or daughter drink plenty of water, too, which will help flush out bacteria before it causes an infection.
Hope it helps!!! Most important as a parent we have to be aware on what is happening to our children.