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Question:
How do you treat a baby with stomatit (russian word)? My baby has developed ulcers on her tongue and they keep coming back, and have spread from one sibling to another. Even after I get rid of them thru brushing, etc, they reappear. What exactly are they and how are they contracted? and how can we stop them from reoccurring. Thanks!
Egbee
Answer:
Dear Egbee!
Thank you for your question. The pediatrician Irina Perrin from the European Medical Center informed me that stomatitis has different natures and before advising the appropriate treatment it is vital for the doctor to see the baby. According to the situation that you've described in your e-mail this stomatitis has a reccurent form though the baby is quite young and thus it is strongly recommended to see the specialist. To make an appointment with the pediatrician Irina Perrin, please call EMC +7 (495) 933-6655. Kind regards,
Gamayunova Maria
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