Petechiae are tiny purple, red, or brown spots on the skin. They usually appear on your arms, legs, stomach, and buttocks. You might also find them inside your mouth or on your eyelids. These pinpoint spots can be a sign of many different conditions — some minor, others serious. They can also appear as a reaction to certain medications. One way to tell the difference is by pressing on the spots.
Gastroenteritis gastro is a bowel infection, usually caused by a virus. It causes runny, watery poo and sometimes vomiting. Children with gastroenteritis need to drink plenty of fluids. If your baby is less than 6 months old and has vomiting or diarrhoea you should see a doctor urgently.
It means that soon your child will be able to start eating a variety of new foods. Since all children go through it at some point, teething is one of the most common sources of concern for new parents. Every baby experiences different symptoms during teething. The most common symptoms are irritability and loss of appetite.