Whoops, teething kids are so uncomfortable

time:2023-02-03 15:17:37source:monlittlebaby.com author:Common phenomenon
Whoops, teething kids are so uncomfortable

#Children Research Institute Pediatric Doctor Said# #清风图# Every step of the baby's growth closely affects the hearts of parents and mothers. People take food as their heaven, and eating well is the most prerequisite for growth and development. Teeth are an important tool for chewing. Therefore, many parents will ask various questions during the teething stage of their babies. What will happen to children when they are teething? Encountered that the baby's teeth are uncomfortable, how should we take care of it? What happens when you need to see a doctor? Let's get through the various "levels" when the baby is teething one by one to help novice parents pass the customs smoothly. The most common symptom of "itching gums" teething discomfort is that in the early stage of teething, the baby will often put his hands, toys or clothes on the gums to bite. Even if the parent stops it, he will still find an opportunity to repeat this action. If it happens to the child Frequently stimulated parts are basically consistent with the age of teething, which often reminds parents that the baby is about to teeth. The child stimulates the teething area to relieve the itching of the gums. It is not a gum disease. Just observe that the gums are not swollen and swollen at the stimulated position. Hygiene and safety, they do not have to forcibly prevent their self-regulation. Of course, preparing some safe and hygienic chewing gum toys will help children get through the "itchy period" of teething more scientifically. These toys can not only massage the gums and relieve discomfort, but also can be used in the stage when the teeth just erupt. , Through the friction between the toy and the tooth surface, it plays a certain role in cleaning the tooth surface. "Slobbering" The sudden increase in drooling of young babies is often a small signal, prompting parents to pay attention, and the baby's little deciduous teeth are about to debut. The increase in saliva caused simply by the stimulation of teething often presents the characteristics of thin saliva, good fluidity, clearness, and no odor. At the same time, the baby will not experience pain, crying or even refusal to eat at the same time. This can help us to distinguish saliva is mostly physiological teething stimulation or pathological oral inflammation. The increase in saliva itself does not require treatment. Parents only need to help the babies clean up the saliva that flows to the chin and the corners of the mouth in time to prevent the formation of saliva rash. The baby's skin is delicate. When wiping saliva, it is better to touch the skin in a dry way. In addition, smearing some vaseline and lanolin on the skin around the lips can also effectively protect the perioral skin and prevent dermatitis. "Fever" Some babies will have fever when teething. Why do they have fever and how can we solve it? Usually, teething is often accompanied by discomfort such as "itching" of the gums, so many babies will be a little irritable emotionally, showing that they are more prone to crying, grinding, and not easy to coax. There is an increase in crying, and some will have a short-term increase in body temperature. Usually, the temperature is not too high, and this low fever will quickly subside on its own. In such a situation, we only need to pay attention to soothe the baby's mood when the child is hot, give physical cooling, ensure sufficient water intake, and help the baby massage the uncomfortable gums, and you can go through it smoothly. "Inflammation of the gums" and some fevers are caused by infections at the teething site, which requires us to detect them in time and treat them symptomatically. In some places where the baby is teething, the local gums are obviously redder than other parts. If you touch it lightly, the child will dodge or even cry. In severe cases, the gums may even bleed. This situation belongs to eruption gingivitis. Bacterial infection with erupted new teeth. At this time, we must pay attention to the hygiene of the teething area, do local disinfection several times a day before and after eating, and spray or apply some local anti-inflammatory agents such as iodine glycerin. Some infants have teeth that have not fully grown out when the deciduous molars (that is, the big teeth at the back) emerge, and a small mass of granulation first emerges on the gums. Poor care will also cause inflammation, cause fever, and even need to be removed. This is a gum polyp with eruption of teeth. Most of them will subside without inflammation after the teeth are fully in place. Parents only need to pay attention to the cleaning work before the polyp subsides to avoid polyp infection. Most of them can save the baby from being in the hospital. Invasive treatment of polyps with anesthesia. "Gum growth bag" When the baby has deciduous molars, sometimes the teething part looks more and more bulging, and even grows into a round big bubble that wants to be burst, the gums are tight and the teeth Also disappeared. In this case, we call it an eruption cyst, and some bullae are purple-black, also called an eruption hematoma. Usually, the raised gums will have some discomfort, but it will not cause pain. We only need to help the child to do a good job of disinfection and cleaning of the gums, massage a little every day to relieve the discomfort, and wait for it to subside naturally. "New teeth rubbed the tongue" A small number of babies have new teeth that will rub their tongues. Most of the children who have this condition occur a period of time after the eruption of the lower middle front teeth, and most of them are accompanied by a short tongue tie. . The worn parts of the tongue are generally concentrated below the tip of the tongue, at the root of the tongue-tie. Usually, after it is clear that the tongue-tie is too short, in addition to topical application of drugs to treat oral ulcers, infants with tongue-tie ulcers usually need to use tongue-tie extension surgery as soon as possible to extend the tongue-tie that is too short. , so that when the tongue is extended and moved forward, it is not forced to rub against the lower front teeth due to the restriction of the frenulum, and repeated ulcers cannot heal. Therefore, after the child has teeth, oral ulcers appear around the new teeth, especially near the tongue. It is recommended that parents not only treat the ulcer accident, but also find a professional pediatric dentist to check the lower tongue frenulum and analyze whether surgery is required before it can be done. Address the underlying cause. In addition to the above-mentioned little cheats to help babies pass the customs smoothly, children after teething also need to start brushing and protecting their teeth in time. On the road of growth, every ounce of health and progress of the baby is inseparable from the scientific and thoughtful parenting of the parents. I hope that every baby will have a healthy and beautiful little white teeth. "
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