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What is Pylorus Stenosis?


One of the most common infantile stomach disorders requiring surgical intervention.

What is Pylorus Stenosis?

The difference is stomach output shortage, which means that the muscular tissue of the stomach outlet is thickened, preventing the diet from moving from the stomach to the small intestine. Most often the change occurs between 2 weeks and 2 months, the cause of which is unknown.

What are the symptoms of pylorus stenosis?

After the baby is over radiation extending over a range of several meters йszlelhetх. Condensed milk can be observed in the mucous membranes, even bloody vomiting may occur. The baby is hungry after vomiting. The fetus is characterized by small amounts and rarer constipation. Disease also manifests itself in weight development: initially stagnant, and later on sъlyesйs In severe cases, dehydration may develop due to vomiting, which may cause the baby to become undersized, wobbly, lethargic, and have low urine output. Yellowing may also occur.

What should you do if you clear up your symptoms?

First and foremost, contact your home doctor, who will recommend an examination with great currency. Examination may include physical examination, ultrasound examination and laboratory examination.If the disease is confirmed, oral nutrition should be temporarily suspended to relieve stomach upset. In this case, nasal feeding is interrupted. Your baby may also receive an infusion to ensure fluid and electrolyte replenishment. In order to prevent maternal milk from fading, milking is recommended. Treatment of the disease through surgery is possible and is called pyloromyotomy. This can also be done via laparotomy or laparoscopic surgery. After surgery, vomiting may occur temporarily, but oral nutrition is recommended. Breastfeeding can be continued shortly after the intervention, and breastfeeding on demand can reduce hospital stays.

Who does relocation occur more often?

Most often, this change is seen in the firstborn. Influential factors are the blood groups "B" and "O", but are more frequent than other blood groups. A predisposing factor is the fact that every 10 babies suffering from pylorus stenosis have a family history of this disease. There is also a tendency to use certain antibiotics (such as erythromycin) in the first few weeks of the baby and also if the mother is taking an antibiotic in the early stages of pregnancy. You are more likely to get sick if you are fed baby food and baby bottles.