Thrush And Whitish Spots On The Lips, Tongue, And Palate Of The Baby 3 Months?
my son aged 3 months experienced thrush … White patches appeared on the lips, tongue, and ceiling. My child drinks milk. And last week I was sick and then went to the doctor and was given medicine. But after being given medicine appear white spots … Is my baby including drug allergy? Or just a moment (like what people say)? Please explain … Thank you … 🙏🙏
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In the medical realm the term gomen is unknown. Even in ordinary people, gomen itself can refer to different clinical conditions.
Thrush and the appearance of vaginal discharge on the lips, tongue, and palate (palate), which is preceded by coughs and colds often indicate an infection. This infection can cause a variety, for example viruses, fungi, or bacteria. Not infrequently, babies who experience complaints like this, will also experience swallowing pain, bad breath, decreased appetite, nausea, fever, and many other complaints.
Drug allergies can also cause eruptions in the skin and mucosa that resemble canker sores. In addition to infections and drug allergies, it can also be canker sores and white patches in the oral cavity arise due to trauma (for example due to being bitten or hard scratched), sensitivity to certain foods or drinks (for example spicy foods, eggs, nuts, chocolate), nutritional deficiencies ( especially folic acid, vitamin B12, iron, and zinc), to certain diseases, such as intestinal inflammation, Behcet's disease, immune disorders, and so on.
In most cases, thrush and white patches in the baby's oral cavity are not dangerous conditions. You can overcome this condition with the following natural treatment steps:
Give breastfeeding children, minimize formula feeding before the baby is 6 months old Diligently clean the baby's oral cavity, by using a clean washcloth moistened with warm water, do it every bath, after every suckling, and every time before bed Condition the environment around the baby so that it is always clean, including toys or teether that often enters the mouth. Improve the quality of your milk by consuming balanced nutritious food and drinks. Do not carelessly give babies medicine, unless the doctor prescribes it directly. However, if your baby's condition does not improve in 3 days or more , do not hesitate to check it back to the doctor or the nearest pediatrician to get the best treatment, okay?
I hope this helps.