What parents expect most is that their baby will grow up healthily, but it is normal to encounter minor illnesses and pains in the process of growing up. Among them, pharyngeal cheek inflammation is a disease that babies are easily infected in summer, which sounds strange, but it is a high incidence in summer. So what are the symptoms of children suffering from pharyngeal cheek inflammation?
1. The primary symptom of children’s pharyngeal cheek inflammation is a sudden high fever, with a body temperature of 38-40 degrees, during which seizures may occur. Second, sore throat, redness around the upper jaw or oral mucosa, white herpes in the middle, drooling, loss of appetite, vomiting and bad mood.
2. Children’s pharyngeal cheek inflammation generally occurs in infants and preschool children under 5 years old. It is an upper respiratory tract infection caused by Coxsackie A virus, which mainly occurs in spring. Children’s pharyngeal and buccal inflammation can spread through respiratory tract in the form of droplets and feces. The incubation period of the disease is generally 210 days, and the incubation period is contagious. Preschool children gather in kindergartens, which is the place where diseases gather. Therefore, suspension of classes is a reasonable preventive method.
3. In the early stage of high fever, use some antipyretics that parents are familiar with reasonably, such as Merrill Lynch and Tylenol. After the fever goes down, herpes will appear in the pharynx, so drink plenty of plain boiled water. If your baby doesn’t want to drink water, you can make some juice and soda. Food should be soft, rotten and slippery, such as very soft porridge and rice paste, so that the baby can eat easily.
4. If the high fever persists, the white blood cells and CRP(C-reactive protein) increase significantly, so it is necessary to consider the complication of bacterial infection, and it is up to the doctor to decide whether to use antibiotics. During treatment, sick babies should be isolated from other children.