How To Deal With Thrush In Children 4 Years?
how to deal with thrush in a sick child to the ear. that’s the danger or not .. what medication
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Thrush can appear as a wound in the oral cavity, starting from the lips, inner cheeks, tongue, gums, even the palate that feels sore or painful. Sometimes, pain and pain due to thrush can spread to other areas around it, including the ears. These thrush can be many possible triggers, ranging from mechanical injury (such as being bitten or scratched by a tooth fracture), viral infection or other microorganisms, irritation (such as due to consumption of certain types of food and drinks), allergies, drug eruptions, immune disorders, diseases Behcet, malignancy, hormonal disorders, and so on.
The danger or no thrush can certainly be different, depending on the underlying cause. Therefore, to be clear, you really need to see your child directly to the doctor, pediatrician, or ENT doctor so that the cause of the complaint is known clearly. Frequently, conditions such as your child will improve enough by being given some medication. But if necessary, your doctor may also recommend your child to undergo blood tests, tissue swabs in the oral cavity, or other supporting tests.
In the meantime, try to encourage your child to:
Take paracetamol for the pain to subside Diligently brush your teeth, continue to rinse with warm salt solution Do not consume spicy foods, oily, or cause allergies Don't get used to eating snacks carelessly Eat a variety of balanced nutritious foods, complete with fruits rich in vitamin C, zinc, and iron Wash your hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap, especially before eating. Don't familiarize your child with exchanging cutlery, bathing, and any personal belongings with others. Let your child rest more.