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In this month’s Things I Do, But Should I? segment, Vanessa and Adrien take us on a journey through herpetic gingivostomatitis in young children. While this condition is usually self-limiting, in cases of severe symptoms such as fever, inability to take PO, and dehydration, could there be a role for antivirals to reduce the severity and shorten the duration of symptoms? What about topical analgesics like lidocaine? Adrien and Vanessa break it all down for us.