Has your baby been vomiting, has diarrhea and can’t keep down fluids? Infant dehydration can be dangerous. Learn a safe, natural and effective way of treating digestive disorders and replenishing body fluids from the world’s most experienced Pediatrician, Dr. Leila Denmark.
Hi, I’m Madia. I have eleven children and one of the greatest privileges of my life was to know Dr. Leila Denmark. She practiced pediatrics for over 75 years and was my mentor for 32 years.
I can hardly express how much she helped me, both with the children’s medical issues and family life challenges. I would love to share what she taught me with you.
How to Prevent Infant Dehydration.
Dehydration is of concern when a child cannot retain fluids over an extended period of time because of severe vomiting and /or diarrhea. It can be life threatening, especially for an infant. Symptoms are sunken eyes, rapid heart beat, lack of urination and general weakness.
If your sick child is thirsty, give him water even if he vomits it up. His body will absorb some of it. Make sure the water is warm: warm water is gentler on the intestinal tract. Pedialyte can also be given to restore the electrolyte balance and is helpful for any age.
If you are concerned that your infant is becoming dehydrated, Dr. Denmark’s prescribed enemas are wonderful tools to replenish fluids in the body. The fluids are quickly absorbed through the colon. The enemas also help cleanse the body from food poisoning or bacteria, restore the balance of electrolytes and soothe the stomach. Sometimes they will bring down a high fever.
Prep for Enema
You need to buy milk of magnesia and an enema bag kit at a pharmacy. You can find milk of magnesia anywhere, but not all pharmacies carry the enema bag kits. Sometimes the kits are labeled as douche-enema bag kits. The last one I bought at a pharmacy was a Rite Aid brand. If you buy a douche-enema bag kit, make sure you use