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Child has ulcer in mouth and prescribed Gel. Suggestion?

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Dear sir, attached are photos of Ulcer in mouth of my kid (4year) and Gel prescribed by doctor. please look and advice. thanks
Posted Tue, 22 Oct 2013 in Child Health
Answered by Dr. Irshad H Naqvi 41 minutes later
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Aphthous Ulcer.Avoid Antifungal cream-painful

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Welcome to the XXXXXXX

Diagnosis is Aphthous Ulcer.
No effective treatment.Quite painful. Non contagious.
Aim of the treatment is to give relief from pain.

These ulcers are usually self limiting but may take long time one week to two.

Anesthetic gel are available in the market like (mucopain gel. dologel etc) These gel can be applied many times a day especially before meals, so that child can accepts orally.

Clotrimazole gel to be avoided as it may be painful to child. It is used for the fungal infection of oral cavity (oral thrush).

Hope the query is answered.
Please feel free for further clarification.

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Follow-up: Child has ulcer in mouth and prescribed Gel. Suggestion? 7 hours later
thank you sir!
Answered by Dr. Irshad H Naqvi 2 hours later
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You are most Welcome.
All the best

Dr Irshad H Naqvi
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