Baby Bone resorption in infants

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BONE REMOVAL IN BABIES

Osteoporosis is one of the diseases that has become the fearful dream of many people. During infancy and childhood, rapid development of bones and changes in bone structure are observed. On the other hand, osteoporosis is the name given to the situation where the excessive decrease in bone density that will occur with aging occurs before old age. While osteoporosis causes bones to turn into a very fragile and porous structure, it will also prevent your baby from performing their daily routines during development. Even in the smallest activities such as running, playing ball, jumping, fractures occur in the bones of children with osteoporosis.

The spongy and porous structure of the bone together with the cavities formed in the bones causes it to become susceptible to cracking and fractures. Body regions where fractures are most common as a result of osteoporosis;

wrists
Spine
Hip

His bones were identified. In such cases, it is quite natural to suspect your child's illness. Frequently broken bones, easily formed dislocations and a delicate skeletal structure are the most obvious signs of osteoporosis.

HOW DO I KNOW THAT MY BABY HAS OSTEOPOROSIS? WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?




No clear symptoms can be found in the early stages of osteoporosis, so early diagnosis is very rare in infants, children and adults with osteoporosis. When osteoporosis progresses, some symptoms occur in patients.

Low back pain: Low back pain is caused by fractures or collapses in the spine. Severe back pain is observed in people with osteoporosis.

Shortening of stature: If your child is getting shorter instead of taller, then it may be suspected that his bones are melting. As a result of osteoporosis, shrinkage in the skeletal structure and consequently short stature occur.

Having a hunched posture or crooked body. Distorted posture, which is one of the symptoms of osteoporosis, occurs as a result of disorders related to melting in the bones.


Frequent bone fractures. Frequent bone fractures can be considered the most prominent symptom of osteoporosis. It has been observed that many people go to the hospital as a result of this symptom. Bone fractures can occur with the smallest touches, sometimes while carrying a bag and sometimes when it comes out from one place to another.

When these symptoms occur, it is likely that your disease has reached an advanced level. There is no retrospective treatment for osteoporosis. In addition to the difficulty of treating the disease, certain precautions must be taken to avoid catching this disease.

WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF BONE HOUSING IN MY BABY?

If your baby's diet does not contain enough calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D foods
Genetic predisposition is one of the causes of osteoporosis. If there is a first-degree bone resorption disease in the family, this disease can also be observed in the child as hereditary.

Adrenal gland diseases
little mobility
not seeing the sun or being out in the sun
Disturbances in thyroid hormones.

It is among the causes of osteoporosis. The sun, which is very useful in terms of vitamin D, also ensures that children do not get osteoporosis. Taking your baby to an area where it can get sun often is one of the small ways to prevent this disease.

If you notice changes in your baby and you think these changes are negative, it is very important to consult your doctor for bone control. In this disease, which many parents cannot diagnose early, you can have the chance to interfere with the progression of the disease with frequent check-ups. Medication, mineral and vitamin supplements are some of the effective ways to stop the progression of the disease.

After talking to your doctor in a short time, you can prevent your child from having bones that can break even during play. This disease, which can greatly affect daily life, is very dangerous for every individual, regardless of age. It should not be forgotten that early diagnosis saves lives.
 
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