What about children with fever and long bubbles?

When children are young, they may get sick and don’t know what to say, but after getting sick, they are more likely to be noisy. Some children have a high fever inexplicably, and their throats or other places are full of bubbles. They are crying and unwilling to eat. What should children do if they have a fever and long bubbles?

Children suddenly have fever and long blisters. If it is throat, it is acute infectious pharyngeal and buccal inflammation. The main symptoms are fever, sore throat, air bubbles in the mouth, etc. Generally, this symptom occurs mostly in children under 5 years old, because children’s immunity is relatively low at this time.

Infectious pharyngeal cheek inflammation is mainly transmitted by contact and is highly contagious. The most common infections are close contact with patients’ secretions or contaminated hands, towels, toys, tableware and bedding.

How should we care for the baby?

1. Take your body temperature frequently, pay attention to changes in your baby’s body temperature, and prevent febrile convulsions. Physical cooling or drug cooling can be used.

2. Drink warm water or cold water. Hot water will stimulate your baby’s mouth. Encourage your baby to drink more cold water, and give it a small amount of water several times.

3. Eat a light diet. During illness, try to eat foods that are easy to swallow, light in taste and cool in temperature. Avoid eating hard, sour, spicy and hot food.

4. Sick babies should go out as little as possible, especially in crowded public places. If you go to school (kindergarten), you should go to school (kindergarten) seven days after the symptoms completely disappear.

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