Folk remedies for treatment of pediatric stomatitis
The mucous membrane of the oral cavity in children, especially infants, is very sensitive and vulnerable to external factors. It is constantly attacked by various bacteria, viruses, fungi. Young children are very fond of trying everything on taste, so they often have contact with various pathogens of diseases that are on toys, items for caring for the child. In addition, the mucosa lends itself to mechanical damage, contributing to the penetration of the infection. All this leads to the development of stomatitis – inflammation of the mucous membrane. Curing children’s stomatitis can be done with the help of folk remedies.
There are several types of stomatitis:
With catarrhal stomatitis, the gingival and mucous membranes become red and become swollen. The child refuses to eat, looks sluggish. The tongue can be dry with a touch.
Herpetic stomatitis has very pronounced symptoms. It is characterized by intoxication, high temperature, enlarged submandibular lymph nodes, increased salivation. When examining the oral cavity, bubbles filled with liquid will be visible. They are very easily and quickly opened and eroded. Lips dry with cracks, pale face.
Allergic stomatitis is a manifestation of a general allergic reaction. Mucous reddened, with white specks, blisters, small hemorrhages.
Ulcerative stomatitis is always accompanied by a wound in the oral cavity. Erosions are round or oval with a red bottom, are mainly on the inner surface of the cheeks.