In connection with a decrease in immunity, under the influence of trauma or in the event of allergies, inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity may appear in children - gingivitis, periodontitis and stomatitis. The latter disease is one of the most common types of pathology in babies from a very early age.
It is necessary
- - "Kamistad";
- - "Stomatofit";
- - "Imudon";
- - "Pikovit";
- - soda;
- - borax;
- - glycerin;
- - sterile gauze or bandage.
In children under 3 years of age, stomatitis is caused by the herpes simplex virus. The disease passes as an acute infection - with an increase in temperature (up to 39 degrees) and disorders of health. The child is naughty and does not sleep well. Specific rashes appear on the mucous membrane of his oral cavity - painful light aphthae.
The baby refuses the breast or bottle due to pain in the mouth. More precisely, he, clearly hungry, reaches for milk, but with a cry, he pushes the nipple or breast away, barely touching it. The sores on the mucous membrane of the mouth hurt, the ingress of breast milk or formula increases the discomfort, and the little one demonstrates this.
Medical treatment of stomatitis in babies includes antiviral ointments, with which parents should carefully treat aphthae and areas of the mucous membrane next to them. So, Kamistad gel for children is often used - a drug based on lidocaine and chamomile, which has a local anesthetic, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effect. Doctors also recommend Stomatofit, a herbal preparation for gum treatment. There are also very effective tablets for resorption - for example, "Imudon", which simultaneously heals inflammation in the oral cavity and prevents their recurrence.
Choosing a remedy to combat stomatitis, you should pay attention to its "ability" to normalize the composition of the microflora of the oral cavity and turn on a protective mechanism that will help cope with inflammation.
There are proven "folk" methods of stomatitis treatment. Parents can treat the child's mucous membranes with a solution of soda (a teaspoon without top in a glass of water) or brown with glycerin. It is necessary to wrap the finger with a sterile bandage or gauze and treat the mucous membranes of the mouth and tongue before eating (the procedure must be repeated 3-4 times a day).