Red Blotches On The Child’s Face Are Widening Accompanied By Pain In The Palate?
My son’s age is 2 years 9 months … his face appears like prickly heat at first his nose is now widened to his eyelids and forehead … my child often complains of pain in the mouth … what is my child sick of?
Do red spots develop? Are there comorbid complaints such as fever, weakness, flu symptoms? Complaints of freckles on a child's face can be caused by prickly heat, however spots can also be caused by other conditions such as:
Atopic eczema Contact dermatitis, for example due to allergies or irritation to shampoo, soap Milia Impetigo Fungal infections of the skin Chickenpox Herpes zoster Slapped cheek syndrome As for complaints of pain in the palate, the condition can be caused by mouth sores, irritation due to food consumption (too hot, spicy, sour), cuts from the surface of the food are too sharp (eg consumption of hard crackers), bacterial and viral infections, and comorbid complaints in other diseases such as strep throat, measles and chicken pox.
To ascertain the cause of your child's complaints, it requires a direct examination by the doctor to see the condition of the skin and oral cavity, and if necessary carry out investigations such as skin scrapings and blood tests. Therefore you should bring your child to the doctor directly so that he can be examined further. Furthermore, if the cause is confirmed, then the doctor will provide the right treatment for your child. Handling will be adjusted to the results of the inspection.
For the time being, you can do the following tips for children:
Keep the room temperature cool If the child sweats, immediately dry sweat with a clean towel or clean tissue Use all products that are hypoallergenic, including baby cream Give food that is easily chewed on children Avoid foods that are too spicy, hot, or acidic Give the child enough fluids If it feels itching on the skin, can be cold compressed to reduce itching Hopefully it can help you,