Lumps On The Child’s Lips After Collapsing Never Disappear?
Hello, my child is 18 months old, fell down and ripped his lips against the table, the wound was deep enough. The wound on the lips was tight, but there were still lumps like meat and had not been deflated for a month. Do you have to get surgery? Thanks
Lumps on the child's lips can arise due to several possible causes such as trauma due to the area of the lips causing sores or thrush, blockage or inflammation of the salivary glands, or due to certain actions such as wound healing procedures. To be sure, it needs to be examined directly by a doctor or dentist. Where later will be determined what causes and subsequent handling.
If a lump arises due to a blockage or inflammation of the salivary glands or is called a mucocelemaka the handling itself will be adjusted to the conditions that occur in your child. Mucocele itself is not dangerous and can usually heal itself in some time but if it gets bigger and its size can interfere, especially affecting the child to eat, then it is necessary to take action such as with procedures to remove the lump. If the child seems to feel pain, pain medication can be given such as paracetamol and have your child checked immediately.
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