Baby’s Tongue Is 1 Month Old?
Good afternoon. I was worried when I cleaned the tongue of my baby who was 1 month old with a gauze, my tongue was bleeding because it was too fast to clean it.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. Bleeding on the tongue can occur due to various things, such as being bitten, sharp-edged food, fungal infections, herpes infections, blood vessel abnormalities, to cancer.
In the case of your child if it is clear that the injury is due to injury, you do not need to worry too much because this condition can improve on its own, and will not continue as long as it does not recur. However, if the bleeding is difficult to stop, continue to flow or you see other symptoms that may be the cause of the bleeding, do not hesitate to see your child to the doctor. By looking directly, you can know more about the possible causes of your child's condition and their best treatment.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, be more gentle when doing anything to your child, give exclusive breastfeeding, and keep away from cigarette smoke and pollution. So, hopefully answering your question.