What Are the Signs of Dehydration in Children?

Q:

What are the signs of dehydration in children?

 

 

A:
The signs of dehydration in infants or children can be:

  • dry mouth, lips, and tongue
  • no wet diapers for three hours
  • no tears when crying
  • sunken eyes, cheeks
  • listlessness or irritability

 

 

 

Keywords: dehydration symptoms children, signs dehydration children

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