Overcoming Thrush In Infants Aged 8 Months?
what is my son’s mouth sores that fits the medicine for children who are still 8 months old
Thank you for the question.
Thrush most often arises because of mechanical injury in the oral cavity, for example when bitten or pricked by food spines. Can also, canker sores arise due to sensitivity to certain drugs or foods, infections in the oral cavity or other organ systems, impaired immunity, drug effects, gastric acid reflux, malnutrition, exposure to irritants or allergens in the oral cavity, even certain benign or malignant tumors.
The definitive treatment for thrush can actually be different depending on the cause. However, if your child's sprue is only a little, appear in the past 1-3 days, without accompanied by other severe complaints, such as fever, fussiness, laziness to eat and drink, vomiting, weight loss, swollen lymph nodes, etc., often the condition this is not dangerous and can be treated first by:
Give your child more milk and water Don't give him oily or spicy food. Always brush your child's teeth, clean his gums and tongue, teach him to rinse well. Don't let just anyone kiss your child, especially around his face. Bathe your child. cleanly, as well as diligently also wash hands and shorten the nails. Do not carelessly apply any medicine or substance to a child's mouth without doctor's advice. However, if in 3 days your child's mouth sores do not improve, multiply, or appear more severe complaints such as we have mentioned above, meaning that you need to check it directly to the doctor or pediatrician. Concerned, these canker sores are not ordinary canker sores, but rather occur as part of certain diseases that need further treatment from a doctor.
I hope this helps.