Attention of a newborn. Causes and symptoms of rickets in babies

NewbornA most common classic D-deficient rickets with emerging so a effect of the violation of calcium-phosphorus metabolism. The issue starts at the age of TWO-3 months, particularly in children weakened, prematurity, artificially fed. Due to a lack of vitamin D in the gut malabsorption of calcium and its deposition in the bones. How a result - a thinning and softening of bone tissue deterioration of a nervous system and internal organs.Home and exacerbation occur, normally in late autumn, winter and early spring. If you leave a 1st signs of rickets unattended for 5-6 months a newborn will have a detailed picture of a disease.The 1-st signs of rickets in infants:Substitute a baby's behavior: he becomes fearful, moody or lethargic.Sweating - sweat visible on a little skin during feeding and child's head is sweating all a time, particularly on a back of the head upon sleep, causing air is damp.Toddler worried around itching, he was constantly rubbing his head, causing a thin hair on the back of his head cut off.If upon this period to hold a biochemical analysis of blood, may detect a dropped capacity of phosphorus increased phosphatase performance.  Baby attention. Resembling posts:Newborn. Gym Ball: ExerciseNewbornChild. Poses for breastfeedingBabyBaby. Thin hair loss later giving birthNewborn.

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