I want to ask if a 10-year-old child and you have a cold sore, then you are given a rajik medicine in the clinic and it turns out that it is not suitable because it is too hard so what medicine should you give it?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is the condition of your baby after taking the medicine? How did you find out that the medicine was not suitable or too harsh? Did the doctor give it to him?
Coughs and colds in many children the possibility of triggers, ranging from allergies, foreign body entry, irritation, exposure to dry air, viral or bacterial infections, and so on. This condition often makes children feel uncomfortable. But really, as long as this condition does not occur prolonged, or accompanied by fever, spasms, and vomiting, often this condition is not dangerous.
If indeed the medicine your child took was prescribed directly by a doctor, then of course the doctor who examined your child directly understands what is the best treatment for your child's condition, based on his competence and experience. But if your child's condition hasn't healed after being treated, it doesn't always mean that the drug is too harsh. It could be, indeed your child's immune system is not good, or indeed your doctor's treatment is less balanced with proper treatment. So that your child's condition improves faster, in addition to taking a doctor's medication, you should also do:
Do not expose children to allergens, such as cold, dust mites, pollen, etc. Do not also allow children to contact with dry air, pollution, smoke, and other substances that are prone to irritate their airways. Limit first asking children to travel outside the home, except when urging use air conditioning and excessive fans around the child Let your child rest a lot Don't overdo it cold and oily food If after undergoing medical treatment and treatment of the condition of your child still does not improve, immediately check it back to the doctor or pediatrician to be treated furthermore ..
I hope this helps.