Bouncy Lips, Warm Head And Difficulty Eating And Drinking In Children?
.. my child is having difficulty eating it is difficult to drink … it turns out that the lips are bouncy, anget head, what medicine can be taken huh?
Thank you for the question.
Bouncy lips accompanied by fever may be caused by infections, for example shingles, folliculitis, chicken pox, impetigo, and also the Singaporean flu. It could also be that your child's lips are bouncy due to other causes, such as allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, fixed drug eruptions, burns, mechanical injuries, and so on. Complaints on the lips and fever can clearly make children feel uncomfortable, until finally decreased appetite.
You should check your child's condition directly to the doctor or pediatrician. Through direct inspection, or accompanied by blood tests, biopsies, allergy tests, and other supporting tests, often the best treatment can be given.
Before checking your child to the doctor, we recommend that you do not carelessly give him any medicine. Safer, first make the following efforts:
Wash your child clean every morning and evening, brush his teeth with a special child toothpaste
Clean the lips area too
Do not let the child hold excessively let alone slap the resilient nodules on his lips
Compress the child's neck and armpits with warm water to stop the fever
Feed the child little but often, not forced
Don't give him food that is greasy and too hot
Also give him variations of fruit rich in vitamin C and let him rest more so that his immune system is maintained
Hope this helps ...