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    Default Mouth ulcers - 2 year old

    Is there anything that you can do for mouth ulcers?

    Bit of a back story - last weekend I came down with awful tonsillitis, Tuesday Mr 5 came down with a virus and now today Miss 2 has mouth ulcers.

    From what we can see there is 4 or 5 ulcers but she wont really let me have a look because they are hurting her. She is also pale, sleeping more than usual and just not herself. She also isn't eating or drinking because its hurting her.

    I have made a doctors appointment for her for tomorrow morning but was hoping there was something I could do from home.

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    Could it be hand foot and mouth? If so, i think its just a matter of riding out the virus, unfortunately.

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    I hadn't thought of that. Maybe. Can it just be in the mouth?

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    Not sure, sorry. I meant to say as well, sorry to hear you've had a bad run of sickness. Hope you're all feeling better soon.

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    I got this from the chemist. It numbs it. Do not use bonjela etc. The alcohol in it will sting more.
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    SM33 gel. It's for mouth ulcers and it was also recommended by a friend of mine who's a nurse for teething (so it's safe for little ones).

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    Kenalog ointment is the best thing to treat mouth ulcers. I suffer from them as does my daughter and this is the only thing that makes a real difference.

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