Don’t let diarrhea sideline your child. Know the common causes, the best ways to avoid it and how to help your child recover quickly.
The average American child will experience 7-15 bouts of diarrhea before their 5th birthday. Not only is diarrhea an inconvenience, keeping your child from school, sports and other important events, it can also be dangerous, leading to dehydration and other health complications. Arm yourself with the knowledge you need to relieve your child’s diarrhea quickly and safely.
Are There Ways to Prevent Children’s Diarrhea?
While you can’t eliminate your child’s risk entirely, but there are some steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of diarrhea.
When Should you Seek Medical Attention?
Most cases of occasional diarrhea will resolve on their own and can be addressed with nourishing foods and plenty of hydrating liquids. However, diarrhea can lead to dehydration and some cases can be more serious and may be a symptom of a larger issue. Call your doctor if your child’s diarrhea lasts more than one day or if your child’s diarrhea comes with the following symptoms:
Fast, Safe Diarrhea Relief for Children as Young as 1YR
When diarrhea does happen, reach for DiaResQ. Unlike other common diarrhea relief products, DiaResQ is not a drug or antibiotic and it is safe for children. Clinically demonstrated to resolve most cases on day one of use, DiaResQ is a food made from naturally-derived ingredients that helps rapidly restore normal intestinal function. Take DiaResQ® at the first sign of diarrhea for quick relief.
Help your child recovery quickly with expert tips from Dr. Greene
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