Good morning doc, I noticed my 4 months old baby is dehydrated. He is not sick but most time he refuses to suck. A few days ago, he had dry diaper thr
Do not give water yet. Breast milk contains all the fluid you baby needs at this time. It is important you find out why your baby isn't sulking now. You should go see a doctor
The most important thing is to know WHY the child is refusing to suck most of the time. Please, Treat as very urgent like the doctor said
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Refusal to suck in a baby is one of the most worrisome symptoms in a baby for a Paediatrician. Now the child is even dehydrated, that should be an urgent matter. Kindly take the child to the hospital for proper evaluation and management