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How to easy the pain from sores all in his mouth from a high fever

By Anonymous January 5, 2018 - 2:11pm
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He had a high fever and I guess it got so high he got blisters all over his body that itched and today his mouth is cover so bad he can't drink eat or anything plus got a tooth removed yesterday but this was already happening prior to the removal of the tooth.

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Hello. Thank you for writing.

Most mouth sores don’t need treatment. However, if you get mouth sores often or they’re extremely painful, a number of treatments can decrease pain and healing time. These include:

-using a rinse of salt water and baking soda
-placing milk of magnesia on the mouth ulcer
-using over-the-counter benzocaine (topical -anesthetic) products like Orajel or Anbesol
-using a mouth rinse that contains a steroid to reduce pain and swelling

It sounds as though this person you are caring for is very ill. We cannot know what these sores are or what is causing them. You should contact his doctor if he is as ill as you say.


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