Thanks for posting your query.
is a self-limited syndrome which resolves on its own after a week or so.
Treatment is supportive, like for most viruses. Fever
control and pain control with antipyretics, such as acetaminophen
is generally the primary treatment. It is important to keep children hydrated as well, and often young children will be resistant to drinking or eating.
The "magic mouthwash" is an alternative treatment used to control the mouth pain associated with herpangina.
Eat a non-irritating diet. Avoid spicy, fried, or hot foods.
Use topical anesthetics for the mouth.