Children Aged 19 Months Often Cry When There Is Thrush?
Hy, my son’s age is 19 months, 3 days passed by him sprue, from there my son likes to cry, for a moment silence, suddenly “crying really ” even though sprue is already, that’s what causes EA
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The presence of thrush in a baby's mouth certainly makes him uncomfortable so he refuses milk, is fussy and refuses food or doesn't want to eat at all. Thrush in infants can not be ascertained the cause, but there are some things that might be a trigger for the emergence of thrush, including:
food allergies sensitive to acidic fruits such as oranges and strawberries infected with viruses, bacteria or fungi lacking certain vitamins and minerals (zinc, iron, folic acid and vitamin B12) mouth sores because they don't bite on the tongue or inside the lips thrush can go away by itself around 7-10 days, while the pain usually lasts for 3-4 days. If the condition does make your baby fussy, then it really should not need to take time to heal by itself, so it should be treated immediately by providing temporary treatment such as:
make a solution consisting of water, salt and baking soda, after becoming a solution, then dip a cotton bath and put it on the ulcer sores, can be repeated up to 3-4 times a day give a small amount of water but often to moisten the oral cavity and prevent it from dehydration compresses canker sores with ice cubes give soft-textured food and cold temperatures such as ice cream avoid giving food that is too hot or acidic maintain oral health by cleaning your baby's teeth using a special baby toothbrush If handling is not too much help, then you should consult a doctor directly so that doctors prescribe the right medicine to treat thrush in infants. Thus we can convey, hopefully answering and helping.