In 75 days, I found that the navel was red and swollen. Go to the hospital and the doctor said it was inflamed. Let me wipe it with alcohol many times a day. But after five days, the redness and swelling have not disappeared. The first picture was taken 75 days ago, and the second picture was just taken. Is this serious? In addition to rubbing alcohol, can you rub erythromycin ointment? How long does it usually take? At present, the baby has no special crying situation, that is, he eats less every meal, resists the bottle and is easy to wake up.
From the picture, the child may be caused by inflammatory infection. You can wipe it with Iodophor appropriately and then apply erythromycin ointment. It is not recommended to wipe it with alcohol. This alcohol is irritant. At ordinary times, try to pay attention to keeping the part clean and dry. Don't bathe the child.
In addition to rubbing iodophor, it is also possible to apply some roxithromycin ointment appropriately, which has a certain anti-inflammatory effect. Eating less may be the cause of the child's discomfort. You can apply some roxithromycin ointment appropriately, observe for about a week, and then see what happens.
80 day old children's umbilical redness and swelling are generally caused by infection. The most common is bacterial infection. Erythromycin ointment has a certain effect on bacterial infection. You can clean it first, then apply Iodophor to avoid infection, pay attention to hygiene and keep your skin clean and dry