As we all know, children's bad breath is very sweet, so toddlers'bad breath may indicate their physical condition. Infection is likely to occur when halitosis is accompanied by red spots in the mouth or mouth. If symptoms worsen or persist for more than a few days, or if your child's breathing has a common odor, consult a pediatrician before taking the medicine.
span= "article-image inner-caption-class"> red spots and halitosis may indicate infection. Thrush is a fungal infection that occurs in infants and young children. It is usually associated with white plaques in the mouth, but also with red spots on the tongue, gums, top of the mouth and inside of the cheek. It can cause bad breath, clotting secretions, dry mouth, soreness and oral discomfort. Thrush is treated with antifungal drugs. The symptoms of streptococcal pharyngitis include not only obvious sore throat and severe pain during swallowing, but also erythema and halitosis on the top of the mouth. It is caused by Streptococcus and is infectious, so it is common in day-care children. Your child may also have a fever, headache, stomachache or swollen neck glands. Instead of red spots, the whole mouth may appear red at the top. Streptococcal pharyngitis was treated with antibiotics and non-spiral analgesics. Honey hot tea and warm saline gargling can help soothe your throat if your child can stand it. Hand foot and mouth disease (also known as coxsackievirus infection) is a common disease affecting children under five years old. The infection is contagious, spread by contact with secretions from the nose and throat, or by contact with feces. At first, your child may just be tired, lose appetite, and just feel uncomfortable. Halitosis is not a common symptom, but you can expect to see red spots on the tongue, gums or inside cheeks. Red spots may blister or form ulcers, more painful than very painful. Other major symptoms include fever and sore throat. Some children have rashes on the palms, soles or buttocks. Hand, foot and mouth disease usually lasts only a few days, but if symptoms worsen or oral pain prevents children from drinking water, consult a pediatrician.
Sinusitis does not produce red spots, but can cause halitosis. Normally, sinuses contain no bacteria, but when a cold or allergy causes excessive mucus, sinus passages become blocked, bacteria grow, and infections develop. The typical symptoms of sinusitis are halitosis, cough, fatigue, fever, sinus headache, congestion and sore throat. Use a humidifier and encourage your child to drink water to alleviate sinusitis. Saltwater nasal spray helps to clear the airway of the paranasal sinus, but consult a pediatrician before using nasal hyperaemia. If your child's fever or symptoms do not improve within two to three weeks, call your doctor.