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Baby having bumps on gums, swollen, bumps turns yellowish with red centre. What is going on?

8 week old baby was born with 2 red bumps on gums where 2 front teeth would eventually be. Ped said they would resolve themselves and are not teeth. In the last 4 days our sons left bump has worsened, whitened with a yellowish hue with a red center deep in the middle... swelling has worsened... this our3rd child...none of this occured before. What is going on?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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Hi ,
I have read your problem,Looking to the age of child 8 weeks,2 red bumps on gums since birth.These type of gums swelling must be because of presence of PRENATAL TEETH (those present at the time of birth also).Under these bumps two teeth may be present so donot worry about that.This time only take care of pain and swelling part,Provide some analgesic and antibiotic drops (Dose should be reccomended by doctors only).Be careful,because many a time no permanent tooth bud is present under these prenatal teeth ,so preseve them ,like donot create unneccesary pressure on them.
all the best.
Answered: Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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