The arrival of autumn and the return to routine is always accompanied by the occasional shock and uncomfortable episode after the calm of the holidays. And more in full back to school and with the arrival of the first cold, when viruses proliferate. Let them tell the actress Natalia Sanchez , who after celebrating the return to normality on her networks, reported that her children had twice contracted a virus in their first week of school and had to return home waiting to recover . The two brothers have been indisposed due to a very common virus among babies and children under 5 years of age, the ‘mouth, hand, foot’ . Attention parents, what is
And, what are its symptoms
Here we tell you so that you are on the alert.
The actress, somewhat desperate, commented that she was navigating between “ibuprofen, paracetamol, the thermometer, the tit and a lot of pampering” and asked her followers for help and solidarity to find the remedy that could improve the symptoms of both little ones . “Is there really nothing that can be done
Tell me, please!” asked the actress. Here are some tips as well.

What is ‘mouth, hand, foot’ virus
‘Mouth, hand, foot

‘ disease is a common and mild viral infection that is very typical in infants and children under five years of age. It is characterized by the presence of red blistersand soreness in the mouth, throat, hands, feet, and nappy area, along with some fever and sore throat.

It is contagious and spreads easily through contact with unwashed hands, feces (poop), saliva, mucus, or fluid from blisters. Children under 5 years of age are more exposed to this disease, which is frequent in nurseries, preschool centers and other places where children share small spaces.

There is no specific treatment for hand, foot, and mouth disease. Just some anti- inflammatory for sore throats or some ointment for blisters.Also, washing your hands often and avoiding close contact with people who have hand, foot, and mouth disease can help reduce your child’s risk of catching it.

SYMPTOMS

In general, and although it is commonly called ‘hand-mouth-foot’ disease, symptoms do not have to occur in all three areas. It can only appear in two of them , but to detect all the symptoms and their manifestation we leave you the process and its evolution in the three areas.
Children who have it usually have a fever and flu-like symptoms three to six days after being infected with the virus. Symptoms may include:

Fever.
eat or drink less
Sore throat
Discomfort
A day or two after the fever starts, your child may have painful sores in the mouth (herpangina) . These sores usually start as red pinpoint spots, often at the back of the mouth, which later develop into blisters , and can become painful.
The blisters are red with a small bubble of fluid at the top. They are usually peeled, leaving an ulcer or sore, that is, a pupa with a reddish base.
The rash can also occur on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.. Likewise, its appearance on the knees, elbows, buttocks or the genital area is also common. The soles of the feet and the palms of the hands may have a rash consisting of red, flat pimples or red blisters.

Other symptoms may include:
Start to drool more than usual (because it is difficult and painful to swallow)
Irritability
Only wants to drink cool or cold liquids (because of dehydration)

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