Stating that the wounds heal in about a week with the personalized treatment method, Dermatology Specialist Dr. Serpil Özyılmaz reminded that herpes is contagious and said that she should not use the same personal items. Stating that there are mouth sores that develop due to many reasons, there are superficial skin tissue losses that occur on the cheeks, inner surfaces of the lips, tongue, gums and palate, which cause pain in eating, drinking and chewing. Serpil Özyılmaz stated that these are herpes, aphthae and herpetic gingivostomatitis mouth sores seen in children.

“STRESS, ALLERGY, VITAMIN DEFICIENCY CAN TRICK THE DEVELOPMENT OF AFT”

Özyılmaz stated that the immune system weakened due to iron, zinc and vitamin deficiencies facilitates the emergence of mouth sores, as well as stress and hormonal changes, familial predisposition, food allergies, bacteria, viruses, fungal infections, pressure drugs and tobacco use are other factors that will facilitate the emergence of mouth sores. he did.

Saying that aphtha, which is one of the mouth sores that occurs with the weakening of the person’s immune system, is a common and recurring problem in most people. Serpil Özyılmaz, although the reasons are not fully known; stress, allergy, vitamin deficiency, microbes such as bacteria and viruses can trigger the development of aphthae.

Dr. Özyılmaz advised that aphthae, which causes pain especially in infants and children while eating, do not show contagious properties, but that foods with sharp edges, excessive salty, bitter and spicy foods should be avoided during this period, and said, “In the treatment, pain relief solutions and ointments suitable for oral application should be applied. Healing is usually achieved within a week.

SEEN IN CHILDHOOD

Özyılmaz talked about herperic gingivostomatitis, which is frequently seen in childhood, especially between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, and shared the following information about the wounds caused by the HSV1 virus:

“It manifests itself in the form of small fluid-filled bubbles. This disease, which carries the risk of transmission by contacting other people with the mouth secretion; It gives symptoms such as fever, desire not to eat, weakness and trouble falling asleep. Drooling and bad breath are also typical symptoms of this disease. Small blisters in the mouth turn into red open sores over time. These wounds can spread to the tongue, gums, cheeks and palate.

Dermatology Specialist, who said that in the treatment of herperic gingivostomatitis, they received support from anti-inflammatory drugs due to their anti-inflammatory properties. Serpil Özyılmaz said, “Since herperic gingivostomatitis is a contagious infection, regular use of these drugs is very important. In this period, ensuring that children wash their hands regularly and educating them from an early age is of great importance in the treatment and prevention of this disease.




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