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Red sore patch which is increasing in size

my 8year old son has a red sore patch on his tongue which has got bigger in the last few months and wont heal and hes now got a big sore lump on the inside of his mouth
Asked On : Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
hi anna
your child is having aphthous stomatitis.
Rx
oral hygien maintainane
chlorhexidine mouth wash
for pain use xylocain viscous.
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Channabasappa K's  Response
MR,HAVE YOU EVER TRIED TO CONTACT DR SINCE YOU CHILD PROBLEM IS MONTHS TOGETHER UR SAYING,NOT REALLY GOOD INSPITE OF BEST GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS IN COUNTRY.IT SEEMS BIG ULCER WHICH IS INFECTED LOOK LIKE&UNILATER CHRONIC TONSILITIS WITH CREPTS MIGHT HAVE DEVELOPED,FIRST CONSULT BEST ALLOPATHIC DOC,EITHER ENT OR PHYSICAN OR DENTIST AT EARLIST,OTHER WISE CHILD CAN GO FOR ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE IN CASE IF THAT LUMP BURSTS&PUS WHEN ENTIERS INTO TREACHIA,DONOT NEGLET&FIRST DO YOUR JOB.OK.
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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