Best Dermatologists For Herpes Stomatitis In Sialkot

Dr. Sadia Munir Rana

Dermatologist

MBBS, FCPS, Internationally Certified

Consultant

  • Experience: 6 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 87
  • Fee: 1200
  • Available Today

Dr. Zareen Saqib Suleri

Dermatologist

MBBS, FCPS Dermatology

Assistant Professor

  • Experience: 12 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 18
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

Dr. Major Naeem

Dermatologist

MBBS, FCPS (Dermatology)

Associate Professor

  • Experience: 20 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 7
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

Dr. Zahida Rani

Dermatologist

MBBS, FCPS

Professor

  • Experience: 22 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 2
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

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The fee for specialists of Herpes Stomatitis in sialkot varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

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Stomatitis is a sore or swelling of the mouth. The wound may be on the cheeks, gums, lips or tongue. The two main forms of stomatitis are herpetic stomatitis, also known as cold sores, and canker sores, also known as cancer. Infection with Herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) causes herpetic stomatitis. It is more common in young children from 6 months to 5 years old. People exposed to HSV-1 may develop oral ulcers later in life because of the virus. HSV-1 is linked to HSV-2, the virus that causes genital herpes, but it's not the same virus. This infection occurs due to the attack of herpes simplex type 1 virus. It mostly affects young children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years. Antiviral drugs are prescribed to cure these blisters. Rehydrating fluids may also recommend if the child is facing dehydration due to difficulty swallowing.

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