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My Son Has A Rash Around His Mouth
See doctor: Blisters or other sores around mouth and anus can be caused by several conditions. There are infections such as herpes viruses that can do this. Crohn's disease and chronic granulomatous disease can do this too. He should be seen by your pediatrician. If its not clearly an infection, then he should see a pediatric gastroenterologist. Either way, he needs to be evaluated asap. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Tell me more: What else is going on? Do the blisters hurt? Does he have any other symptoms? How old is he? In order to diagnose the problem and what to do about them, more information is needed. These could be symptoms of several different types of infections or other conditions depending on what else is going on and what the context of the blisters is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dermatitis : Could be seborrhoeic or perioral dermatitis or simply a viral rash. There are some rarer causes. Easier to make the diagnosis by viewing the rash so please see doctor. Alternatively if you're in the Waikato area and it's after hours you may be able to send images/video via virtual consult ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
And?: Other than telling you to stop the licking kid dog activities, what may your question be? Treatment? ...Read more
Yes: Need more history. Could be he burned his tongue on something hot. Could be a reaction to acidic food. More likely it is a viral infection. He needs to be seen and evaluated. How swollen is the tongue? Any trouble swallowing? Drooling at all? These are things that are best addressed in a visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Perioral Dermatitis: Perioral dermatitis (pod) is a chronic papulopustular and eczematous facial dermatitis. It mostly occurs in women and children.The clinical and histologic features of the perioral dermatitis lesions resemble those of rosacea. Patients require systemic and/or topical treatment, an evaluation of the underlying factors, and reassurance. ...Read more
It depends on where: They are & what they look like. Painful ulcerations can be from viral illnesses like herpangina or herpetic stomatitis. His pediatrician or pediatric dentist needs to see the spots. Even if they're painless, to tell you what caused them & what, if anything, needs to be done to evaluate & treat them. ...Read more
My mother has a cold sore and kissed my 2 year old on the hand and he wiped his mouth. same day he has small bumps on his lips, could that happen?
See your doctor: There is no way to even begin to guess what kind of rash it might be without seeing the rash and knowing your daughter's circumstances are, whether she's healthy or sick, etc.. It could be anything from allergy to zoster or mere irritation from drool. Many rashes come and go; if it doesn't go away, see your doctor. ...Read more
Likely viral related: This sounds like a viral infection but your daughter should see her pediatrician to make sure she is properly treated. ...Read more
My 3 year old daughter has been complaining of sore moth she has 2 purple spots on inside of her cheek?
Mouth rash: Depending on your daughter's age, ask her if she applied any lipstick or other products on her skin, she may have developed a contact allergy. She may also have eczema or if she has nasal congestion she may have developed a dry skin from mouth breathing. Take her to her doctor to determine what it is first before applying anything on it, you can apply a moisturizer to soothe it but no meds. ...Read more
My 8 year old son has a rash all over his body, his face is red and he has a temperature of 100.2? What could it be
Son's Rash: Morbilliform drug eruptions are very common, comprising 95% of all drug-induced skin reactions. Antibiotics are the most common cause. However the list is very long and includes herbal and natural therapies. In general, a morbilliform skin rash in an adult is usually due to a drug, but in a child is more likely to be viral. Thus, your child's rash is most liked caused by a viral infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My eleven year old daughter has. Oozing. Blisters on her hands they are itchy and she has a sore throat?
Hand, foot, mouth?: Your daughter's symptoms sound consistent with hand, foot, and mouth disease (hfm). Hfm is caused by a virus. The most important thing is to make sure is drinking enough fluids so that she does not get dehydrated. There are no medicines that will kill the virus, you just have to wait for her to get over it. For more info, see: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001961/. ...Read more
My 2 month old son has a white bump on the center of his tongue, what could this bump be? He sleeps with mouth open and has a stuffy nose.
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