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  • Diarrhea (Baby on Formula)

    Diarrhea is the sudden increase in the number and looseness of stools. Diarrhea means 2 or more watery or very loose stools. Reason: 1 loose stool can be normal with changes in diet. Most diarrhea is caused by a viral infection of the intestines.

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  • Diarrhea on Antibiotics

    Diarrhea begins while taking an antibiotic. Diarrhea means 2 or more watery or very loose stools. Reason: 1 loose stool can be normal.

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  • Dizziness - From Dehydration

    Dizziness is a sensation of light-headedness or feeling faint

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  • Dizziness - From Sudden or Prolonged Standing

    Diarrhea means 2 or more watery or very loose stools. Reason: 1 loose stool can be normal.

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  • Dizziness - Symptom

    Dizziness is a sensation of light-headedness or feeling faint

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  • Drinking Fluids During Illness

    Child drinks less than normal amounts of fluid during an illness

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  • Dry Skin

    The skin is dry and rough

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  • Ear - Congestion

    Ear Congestion is a stuffy or plugged up feeling in the ear. Crackling or popping noise in the ear. Hearing is often muffled

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  • Ear - Swimmer's

    An infection or irritation of the skin that lines the ear canal. Caused by lots of swimming or using cotton swabs.The medical name is otitis external.

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  • Ear - Touching Habit (Normal)

    A young child who touches, pulls, tugs, or pokes at the ear. No crying or report of ear pain

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  • Ear Canal - Itchy

    A child who itches the ear canal. No crying or report of ear pain.

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  • Ear Fluid (Middle Ear Effusion)

    The buildup of fluid in the middle ear (the space behind the eardrum). The space is normally filled with air. The presence of fluid dampens the hearing.

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  • Ear Infection - Bacterial

    A bacterial infection of the middle ear (the space behind the eardrum).

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  • Ear Infection - Ruptured Eardrum

    The eardrum has ruptured and cloudy fluid drains from the ear canal. Caused by a bacterial infection of the middle ear (the space behind the eardrum).

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  • Ear Infection - Viral

    A viral infection of the middle ear (the space behind the eardrum).

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  • Ear Infections - Prevention

    Advice about how to prevent recurrent ear infections.

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  • Ear Injury

    Injuries to the outer ear, ear canal or eardrum.

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  • Ear Pierced (Healed) - Minor Infection

    Minor pierced ear infection. More than 6 weeks since ear was pierced. Initial healing went well. New symptoms are localized redness, swelling and crusting just at earring site. Spreading redness is more serious and needs to be seen.

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  • Ear Pierced (New) - Minor Infection

    Minor pierced ear infection. Less than 6 weeks since ear was pierced. Symptoms are localized redness, swelling and crusting just at earring site. Spreading redness is more serious and needs to be seen

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  • Ear Tube Surgery

    Ear tubes are tiny plastic tubes that are placed across the eardrum. They are placed by an ear (ENT) surgeon. Also called ventilation tubes, tympanostomy tubes or PE tubes

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  • Earache - From Air Travel

    Ear pain that starts during air travel. Medical name is barotitis media or barotrauma.

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  • Earache - Symptom

    Pain in or around the ear (an earache). The older child complains about ear pain. Younger child acts like he did with last ear infection or cries a lot.

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  • Earwax Buildup

    Concerns about earwax (cerumen) buildup or blockage. Questions about earwax removal

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  • Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

    Eczema is a chronic dry skin disease with recurrent flare-ups of severe itching.The rash is red and itchy.

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  • Emergency Symptoms Not to Miss

    A list of emergency symptoms that are seen in childhood. If your child develops one of these symptoms, you want to recognize it early on

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  • Eye Allergy

    An allergic reaction of the eyes. Main symptoms are itchy and watery eyes. Sometimes, the eyes can sting or burn.

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  • Eye Foreign Body

    A foreign body (FB) or object becomes stuck in the eye.

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  • Eye Infection - Bacterial

    Bacterial infection of the eye. Main symptom is lots of yellow or green discharge (pus) in the eye.

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  • Eye Infection - Viral

    A viral infection of the eye. The main symptom is a pink or red eye.

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  • Eye Injury

    Injuries to the eye, eyelid, and area around the eye.

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  • Eye Irritation

    Eye irritation from getting an irritating substance in the eye. The main symptom is a pink or red eye.

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  • Eye Pink - Symptom

    Red or pink color of the white of the eye.

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  • Fever (Age 0-5)

    Your child has a fever if: Rectal, Ear or Forehead temperature: 100.4° F (38.0° C) or higher. Oral or Mouth temperature: 100° F (37.8° C) or higher.

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  • Fever (Age 6-21)

    Your child has a fever if: Ear or Forehead temperature: 100.4° F (38.0° C) or higher. Oral or Mouth temperature: 100° F (37.8° C) or higher.

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  • Fever - Facts Versus Myths

    Fever is a body temperature of 100.4 F (38 C) or higher. Fever is a symptom, not a disease.

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