Peace be upon you … all the days. Ank, my toenails and hands are slightly blackened, and your toes are bent or not, does it hurt? At first my ank was fat but now thin … so thin doc. Then how much can thrush be added with an irregular or messy arrangement of teeth or messy … like to drink sweet if you don’t like it
Based on your explanation, chances are you are talking about a number of different issues. It is difficult for us to determine whether there is a correlation between these complaints, if you do not explain the chronology of the disease. For example, whether nail problems occur together with weight loss, or which first occurs, and when complaints arise. Is there a history of trauma to the nails? For example nails crushed by heavy objects or pinched something. If so, it may be possible bleeding under the nails. The bleeding then freezes and blackens. Nails can die if the bruise is strong enough. If the nail dies, it is likely to be released in part or all. In addition, it is possible for the nail to become infected.
Crooked toes may or may not be related to nail problems. If the bend of the toe occurs since a baby, then there is a possibility if it is an inherited disorder. We cannot confirm whether there is a connection with the nails, because we do not understand the sequence of events.
Losing weight can be caused by many things. For example:
Changes in activity patterns. Changes in body development patterns. Changes in diet. Chronic disease. Psychic problem. And many other possibilities. Similarly canker sores, can be caused by many things, for example bad oral hygiene (especially because they always drink sweet), lack of nutrition, stomach problems, stress, and so on. Tooth structure can be influenced by anatomical variations, improper eating and drinking habits, or other habits that change the composition of teeth.
In essence, if your child does not experience an emergency and there is no worsening of symptoms, postpone seeing a pediatrician until the pandemic is over. When to the doctor, tell the problem one by one, do not combine several problems at once, and tell sequentially starting from the beginning of the incident. This is so that doctors easily direct the right diagnosis and avoid mistakes.
Improve your child's drinking diet. The habit of consuming excess sugar can increase the risk of diabetes melitua many times. Invite other families to change eating patterns so that children do not feel ostracized. Get used to sports, both your child and other family members. Limit sitting time and watching gadgets. Brush your child's teeth twice a day in the right way.
Hopefully this information can be useful. Regards.