As the forum rules say:
Take your child to a doctor.
There is no way someone, even a doctor, over the Internet can distinguish the described situation from:
1) injuries like chemical burns, or burns from a lit cigarette
2) non-serious disease
3) communicable disease
4) serious, life threatening, disease
5) habitual chewing of the inside of his own cheek,
6) some other issue
There are some conditions that will go away by themselves, and many fake doctors on the Internet willing to take credit for worthless "cures" that just don't make the situation worse. But since there is no way for you to tell worthless medical advice on the Internet from the best medical advice possible, it is the recommendation of this forum that you take your child to a real physical doctor who will use the evidence of his senses, of laboratory tests, of your relevant history and the empirical data of other children with similar problems to give you the best possible advice.
It's possible that the doctor's advice will involve waiting to see if it gets better or worse over time, but it would be irresponsible to suggest that waiting is what is best for your child. It is possible that the doctor's advice will involve treating first the symptom of pain, but it would irresponsible to suggest any medication over the web.
I second that.
Boit (Physician Assistant).
2nd June 2011 - 07:38 PM
After you take him to the doctor,
google bifidus infantus, thrush, candida. Diet, especially dairy, is part of the problem.
[Moderator: What did I just say? How, oh fake physician of the Internets, is generic irritable bowel related to sores in the child's mouth? You haven't even differentiated between cold sores, canker sores, tumors, cancer, or cigarette burns.]
3rd June 2011 - 08:34 PM
As soon as you understand what glyphosate kills ... probiotics are the obvious solution.
[Moderator: You are not giving sound medical or scientific advice. You aren't beginning to make an evidence-based rational argument for a position. You are putting the cart before the horse as to assuming a specific model for the child's illness when you have not (and cannot) establish what the child's illness is.
You would sacrifice the child's welfare to the altar you have erected to your own arrogance and ignorance.]