Overcoming Canker Sores Accompanied By Bloody Saliva In Children?
night, I want to ask every sleep my child is always restless, it turns out in the upper gum and the child’s tongue has sprue and has twice bled so and mixed with saliva, this is about what causes it and how to handle it, thank you.
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of bloody wounds around the gums and tongue of the child can occur because of canker sores, or not. It could also be that the sores on your child's gums and tongue appear due to other factors, such as:
Fungal infections, viruses, or other microorganisms around the oral cavity Irritations or allergies, for example due to contact with food, toothpaste, or other substances that enter the oral cavity Mechanical injuries, such as when bitten or pierced by sharp objects Other factors, such as Crohn's disease, Behcet's disease, immune disorders, Singaporean flu, measles, sialadenitis, drug eruption, malnutrition, benign or malignant tumors, etc. These conditions, if it makes your child restless and have trouble sleeping, it has made him feel very uncomfortable. It is not impossible, his appetite will also be disturbed by it.
So, you should check it directly to the doctor or pediatrician. Not only given medication, it may be that the doctor will encourage your child to undergo blood tests, tissue swabs in the oral cavity, and so on. At home, the following steps can be worked on temporarily:
Give the child plenty of milk and water Give him food that is easily swallowed, not too oily or spicy Recognize if there are certain substances that make him allergic, then avoid him from contact with these allergens Diligently brush your child's teeth, and teach him to gargle with salt solution Clean also tongue and the inside of the mouth cavity with sterile gauze after every feeding, after eating, and when going to sleep Keep the child away from cigarette smoke Hope it helps yes ..