Erythema newborns


Erythema newborns - a disease or a common reaction babies? What are the different types of erythema, however you differ and how treated?

Child child for the moms and dads and loved ones is always lovely, but older children and immediate evil neighbors may ask: "why a newborn so red?" Quite simply, it is a 1st 7 days of life a baby is exposed to such a state so a physiological neonatal erythema. It gives the skin and redness in the baby for a few days.

In addition to a physiological neonatal erythema toxic erythema and sometimes it happens in a small percentage of babies. Both conditions are almost never require treatment, you claim alone time and special look after a newborn.

Physiological neonatal erythema

Physiological erythema is a kind of reaction to a new baby's face for a habitat. Terms of fetal newborn are much various from air, where he will live, how in the first week toddler facial skin adapts.

A adaptation process is accompanied by increased blood flow to the facial skin. Dilated capillaries do baby red everywhere, or, in approximately cases, the redness extends only to the arms and legs.

There is such a state after 2 or three days after birth, and is 7-10 times without any intervention on the part of parents.

To accelerate the disappearance of erythema recommend doing newborn air baths, which are needed in ordering to "cool" a body of the child. Often accompanied by redness of a skin peeling, then by a physician, you can apply child cream.

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