Signs that your Baby is Dehydrated
Dehydration means that your child doesn’t have as much fluid in his body as he needs. Babies and children are more prone to dehydration than adults.
It can happen if your baby takes in less fluid than she loses through vomiting, diarrhoea, fever, or sweating. Dehydration can be mild and easily corrected, moderate, or severe and life-threatening.
These are the possible signs that could indicate that your baby is dehydrated or is becoming dehydrated:
1. More than six hours without a wet diaper
2. Urine that looks darker and smells stronger than usual
4. A dry, parched mouth and lips
5. No tears while crying
These signs indicate that your baby may be seriously dehydrated:
1. Sunken eyes
2. Hands and feet that feel cold and look splotchy
3.Excessive sleepiness or fussiness
4. Sunken fontanels (the soft spots on your baby’s head)