Red Sores On The Upper Lip Of A Child 11 Months After The Flu?
my son is 11 months old. He initially had a fever accompanied by the flu. And because of a cold, my child might feel uncomfortable or itchy and then scratched the lacquer on his nose and blisters appeared and on the lips of his nose. For fear I would give antibiotic ointment. But the next day the blisters spread and there were crusts of water mixed with ointment. I think it almost healed, even 2 days the wound appeared irritated and spread red like a burn, and if you want to sleep you have to be hard to keep whining until you sometimes don’t want to drink breast milk. Maybe the wound was painful or hot. R nThat’s why? R n cheap leather.
The condition experienced by your child can arise due to several possible causes, so it is better to directly examine the doctor or pediatrician where some of the possible causes are:
Irritation due to friction which may be accompanied by secondary infection due to an allergic reaction, moisturize the area around the child's lips using warm water, give more fluids and give softer food to make it easier to consume and check with the nearest pediatrician. You can also use insurance such as BPJS to make it easier to access health facilities.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.