Mother erupts: “Do not let your baby kiss – My daughter has cold sores and is suffering”
As you know, babies are adorable and we all want to hug, caress and kiss them. However, our love and enthusiasm for these tiny creatures should not seduce us.
To approach them, we must strictly follow the rules of hygiene. We must be sure that we will not transmit to them a germ that may be negligible for adults but for babies, who are still building their defenses, it can even be fatal.
This is what a mom advises by posting it on Instagram when her daughter caught a herpes strain from someone who kissed her. The result is extremely painful for the little girl, as she has filled wounds in the gums and even finds it difficult to eat or drink water.
The woman, who shared her story on the Tiny Hearts page, says she does not know how her baby came in contact with the virus. “We have not been close to anyone with active herpes – or at least anyone who has informed us. However, there are no words to express the importance of good hygiene for those suffering from herpes and, of course, they must be especially careful when they are close to small children».
Her daughter, who has already been to the hospital twice so far due to herpes, even finds it difficult to suck her finger and suffers from severe pain. She has been eating solid food for more than a week, while the doctors informed her parents that this condition will continue for at least another 15 days.
«There is nothing that I can do to help ease the painSays her mother. “No baby or mom can stand this situation. “Do not let others kiss your babies, it can even be fatal,” warns other parents.
According to the Tiny Hearts page, herpes is especially dangerous for babies under six months old because their immune systems are still developing. They can not eat, they can not sleep, they refuse medication because it causes more pain and eventually they lose weight, become dehydrated and can get very sick. It is a long-term condition that can be reactivated.
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