Home Remedies for Fever Blisters in Toddlers

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Fever blisters can be fairly painful, especially when they surface in toddlers. Since they are also fairly common, it is important that you have some home remedies that will help you treat them. This will help eliminate them quickly and get rid of some of the pain that your toddler is feeling.

The important thing to do is to try and spot a fever blister early on in the process. Like most ailments, the faster that you treat the problem the more likely that you will be able to eliminate many of the symptoms.

One-of-the-best-ways-to-relieve-the-pain-from-a-fever-blister-is-to-apply-a-cold-compress-to-the-areaStart by asking your doctor about the type of pain relief that you can provide to your child. This is usually in the form of ibuprofen or acetaminophen, but it is best to discuss your options with your child’s physician.  You may also want to discuss the different treatment options that you have.

One of the best ways to relieve the pain from a fever blister is to apply a cold compress to the area. This is a great way to provide immediate relief. You can also apply a wet tea bag to the blister to help ease the pain as well. On top of these methods, you can also apply witch hazel or lemon balm extract to the blister to speed up the healing process.

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