Many children may develop sore throats with fever. Many are afraid of Covid-19 also. But, tonsils and oral cavity are mainly caused by sore throats in kids.
Children between five and eight years old usually suffer from this problem. Sore throat in kids may increase at the end of monsoon or in winter. Inflammation is caused by bacterial or viral infections. The bacteria is responsible for 30 percent of cases is group A beta hemolytic Streptococcus. It is contagious. Spreads through saliva or mucus.
Doctors said that the operation on the tonsils is the first choice. Tonsillitis is usually caused by a bacterial infection called Streptococcus. Tonsillitis can also be caused by some other bacterial infections. Sore throat or sore throat are early signs of tonsillitis.
Why sore throats in kids
The child may feel sore throat while eating. May be accompanied by mild fever. There may be pain and malaise in the body. The tonsils may be swollen, red. Sometimes there may be pain in the ears. Inflammation of the tonsils may occur again and again. This is called recurrent tonsillitis.
Doctors are saying, viral sore throats can cause other problems such as colds, coughs and red eyes. Bacterial infections can cause a sudden sore throat, severe fever, headache, nausea or vomiting, abdominal pain, and swelling of the throat. Bacterial sore throat causes the tonsils and surrounding area to turn red. Occasionally there is a rash or rash on the body.
Patients can get better if they are treated for tonsillitis at the right time. Again, if this treatment is neglected, the patient may have various complications. The tonsils become enlarged and can block the airways. There may be too much pain while eating. If left untreated, abscesses or abscesses can form around the tonsils.
The most serious problem is that the germs of tonsillitis can cause rheumatic fever by causing problems in the heart valve of the child. Therefore, it is important to treat this disease.
Many people become anxious if they have tonsillitis. Realizing this, the baby has to undergo tonsillectomy. This is a misconception. Surgery is required three to four times a year for two consecutive years if there are tonsillitis, abscesses or abscesses in the tonsils, difficulty in breathing due to enlargement of the tonsils, difficulty in speaking and sleep problems and some other problems.
What to do for sore throats in kids
In case of acute tonsillitis, antibiotics like azithromycin, cefixime should be taken. The child should take paracetamol for fever and pain. But do not let children take aspirin. This can cause other illnesses in the baby. However, appropriate antibiotics should be given on the advice of a doctor.
Give the baby enough water and liquid food at this time. If the baby has difficulty swallowing or breathing, salivation or excessive body temperature (more than 101 degrees Fahrenheit) for more than 48 hours, you must look for a doctor.
Make the baby gurgle by warm water. Proper care should be taken so that the baby does not feel cold. Drink plenty of fruit juice. Eat more foods rich in vitamin C. Let the baby drink lukewarm water mixed with honey and lemon. Give him or her more nutritious food. Let a child (age of 6 year) use a mouthwash too. This will destroy the bacteria in the mouth. Do not use mouthwash on very young children. Problems can occur if the baby swallows.
If the tonsils have to be cut – the decision should be taken by a specialist. Parents are very worried about the operation. There is no reason to worry so much. The child recovers quickly after the operation and this will cure the sore throats in kids.