Dehydration is one of the most common conditions, that affect infants and toddlers. It often occurs as a result of loss of body fluids through vomiting, fever or diarrhoea. Babies may get dehydrated quickly when they lose a lot of water and salts. If not hospitalized immediately, dehydration can cause serious complications and even lead to death.
What causes dehydration?
Dehydration is mainly caused by Rotavirus. If the baby cannot take up meals through his system, he will vomit and lose fluids.
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