Singapore Flu In Infants Aged 10 Months?
, my child is 10 months old, yesterday I was checked by DSA and the result was he had the Singapore flu, I want to ask if the illness has healed, marked by what? the medicine is gone, do I have to go back to DSA while my child has no fever and the wound is partially dry? thank you
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Singapore flu is a disease caused by a viral infection that is commonly experienced by children. In most cases, Singapore flu generally attacks children or toddlers. Influence Singapore or commonly known as Foot, Hand, and Mouth disease can cause many signs of the sufferer. Typically, people with Singapore flu develop water pimples and wounds around or in the mouth, hands and feet. Sometimes these wounds also appear on the elbows, buttocks, knees, and groin.
most Singapore flu cases actually do not require medical assistance. The reason is that the symptoms of the disease will subside on their own, in about one week without any treatment. However, if the person is dehydrated, and symptoms do not improve within one week, serious treatment should be taken immediately.
so this singapur flu illness is caused by a virus that will heal itself, by increasing the immune system of the child, if you have gone to the doctor and given treatment and if the child has caused symptoms then you do not need to re-control, because the virus will heal itself, if the child's complaints do not improve for more than 1 week, the child is dehydrated (lack of fluids) then it is mandatory for you to immediately return to the doctor yes ..
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