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Been on omnecef. Sore mouth and fever with swollen gums. What is it?

My daughter is 23. She has ran fever for 4 days and been on omnecef that long. Her mouth is a solid sore of white blisters in her jaw and underneath her tougue and swollen gums , also has a blister on her forefinger that is red and swollen. Cannot drink anything but water. Help, has been to the doctor but still not sure!!! Thanks, jennifer
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Hello Jennifer and thanks for your query
As per your mail your daughter is suffering from oral infection and for this she is on antibiotic since than. You are taking a good antibiotic but with this you have to take a proper oral care of the mouth. Do Betadine gargles mixed with lukewarm water every hourly, take multivitamins and vit. C for early recovery. You can apply a local gel on the blisters for pain relief, it will also help in healing.
When you get a sort of relief you can start take orally but not spice. Do regular gargles after every meal.
Hope this will help you.
Best Wishes
Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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