Canker Sores Lips And Swollen Teeth What Is The Effect Of Nephrotic Syndrome?
want to ask my child suffering from nephrotic syndrome sdh 5 months of no treatment for eating the food is very guarded … He now has mouth sores, complete teeth is that the influence of sn? then when angry he always hits his own head how to deal with it
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, how old is your child now?
Nephrotic syndrome (SN) is a disorder in the kidney filter (glomerulus) which causes a lot of protein to be wasted in the urine. This condition is indeed susceptible to children, especially those who are undergoing certain medications (for example, NSAIDs), have certain infections (for example HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, malaria), or also experience certain medical conditions (for example lupus and kidney disease other). Children with SN generally will experience swelling in the body, especially in the eyes and feet, accompanied by foamy urine, weakness, and decreased appetite.
SN handling is focused on handling the underlying conditions. For example, in patients with SN that occur due to autoimmune disorders (such as lupus), the doctor will give immunosuppressant drugs. Moreover, treatment is emphasized to minimize complaints that arise, so that symptoms also improve and the quality of life of patients will also improve.
SN sufferers who are not handled properly are far more at risk of infection. Lack of appetite for children with SN can also make it malnourished. These conditions may be the cause of your child's frequent thrush and tooth disorders. Not only that, SN that is not handled properly can also cause kidney damage, thus causing toxins to accumulate in the body and interfere with children's ability to think and control emotions. This is the possibility that makes him often angry and banging his own head.
Without checking the condition of your child directly, of course it is not our authority to conclude what the exact conditions experienced at this time, whether purely due to SN, or there are other factors. Our advice, that conditions are handled properly, check your child back to the doctor or pediatrician doctor at the nearest health facility.
For the time being, so that canker sores, nutritional disorders, and emotional disorders improve, we suggest:
Give children a variety of foods and drinks that have a balanced nutritional value
Give him more drink too
Teach him to be more diligent in brushing his teeth, then rinse his mouth with a salt solution
Help him express what he wants, so he does not always get angry
Keep it away from cigarettes and smoke
Let the child rest sufficiently according to their needs
Accompany children to live a healthy lifestyle as early as possible
Control his oral health regularly to the dentist every 6 months
Hope this helps ...