What to Give Toddler for Sore Throat

What to Give Toddler for Sore Throat

My child states her throat hurts. What could be triggering it? There are a lot of possibilities, however the most common reason for a sore throat is an infection, frequently a cold or flu. Infections like mononucleosis can cause troublesome throat infections. And measles, chicken pox, and croup can likewise cause a sore throat.

Gas Pain Relief in Toddler

Gas Pain Relief in Toddler

Is it normal for children to have intestinal gas? Digestive gas is a perfectly normal event in children and in grownups. (We grown-ups pass, usually, 2 liters of gas a day, and it can be as high as 8 liters a day.) In many cases, it isn’t really a cause for issue, unless your child is experiencing more than small pain and grumbling a lot.

Breastfed Baby is Waking in the Night With Gas Pain

Breastfed Baby is Waking in the Night With Gas Pain

Babies are born with immature digestion systems that make night waking with gas pain a common occurrence. While bottle feeding is more typically related to digestive troubles and irritation in a baby, breastfeeding may also add to pain under certain circumstances. Due to the fact that pediatricians agree that breastfeeding is the perfect food for babies, talk to your pediatrician or lactation specialist to problem […]

Signs of Stomach Cramps in Newborns

Signs of Stomach Cramps in Newborns

How can I tell if my baby has a stomachache and what’s causing it? If your baby seems unusually picky, it could be a stomach pains. Take note of when your baby seems uneasy (is it soon after a feeding?) in addition to what other symptoms she has, such as a fever, vomiting, or diarrhea.

Severe Teething Pain in Child

Severe Teething Pain in Child

When your previously delighted and content baby unexpectedly begins to bite, drool and sob with pain due to teething, you may feel disappointed and baffled about the best method to help your kid. The symptoms of teething pain can vary day to day and baby to baby, worsening as the tooth gets closer to eruption. Thankfully, you can help in reducing your baby’s pain with […]

Growing Pains in Children

Growing Pains in Children

Your 8-year-old boy gets up sobbing in the night grumbling that his legs are pulsating. You rub them and relieve him as much as you can, however you’re uncertain about whether to provide him any medication or take him to the doctor.Sound familiar? Your child is probably having growing pains, which about 25% to 40% of kids do. They generally strike during two periods: in […]

Tonsillitis in Children: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

What is tonsillitis? Tonsillitis is a swelling of the tonsils, the almond-shaped lymph nodes that hang down at both sides of the back of the throat– and it’s very common in children.

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Food Poisoning in Toddlers

Definition of food poisoning in children Food poisoning, which is normally caused by eating food or drinking water that’s polluted with among a number of sort of nasty bacteria, can be hard to distinguish from a stomach virus, which is generally detected the hands and transferred to the mouth. The symptoms are the same: abdominal cramping, queasiness, vomiting, diarrhea, and typically fever, chills, achiness, and […]

Ear Infection: How to Cure a Baby Earache

What’s the best treatment for my babies’s ear infection? What are the right antibiotics for children’s ear infection? How to get rid of baby earache? Continue reading to find out the answers.

Baby to Cry without Tears: Is it Normal?

Babies cry for lots of reasons– they’re tired, uncomfortable, bored, hungry. It’s their only method to communicate their myriad feelings. So no tears most likely means your baby’s attempting to tell you something, but she’s more than likely not in distress.