I'm pretty sure ds1 has mouth ulcers, and he isn't eating because they are painful.
Anyone know of anything that I can buy to soothe or heal them?
He is 2 years old.
The only cause of them that I can think of is that he vomited for the first time ever 2 nights ago, and the acid in the vomit has burnt his mouth.
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14-03-2012 19:47 #1Senior Member
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14-03-2012 20:56 #2Senior Member
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Bonjela works that's what my ob told me to use as I broke out after giving birth. Also check out why he might have them too. Does he have blisters on his hands and feet?
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