We all love our children and want them to be healthy and happy all the time. However the reality is that there will always be a time when something happens and they get hurt or sick.
Children get sick more than adults because their immune systems are still maturing and they don’t yet know how to avoid picking up germs.
Children also tend to get hurt a lot because they are so active with running, jumping, climbing, exploring and all the other many activities they do.
Sometimes when they have certain aches and pains we are not sure if it’s simply a bug that will pass or if it could be something more serious.
How do we determine when we need to take them to a Doctor or simply treat them at home with home remedies or over the counter treatments? It’s not always easy to tell but with some guidelines we can get a better idea.
Is a Sneeze Just a Sneeze or is it a Virus or An Allergy?
You’ve heard the term “growing pains” but is there really such a thing as true pain when a child as growing? Find out in the “Common Childhood Maladies” guide!
Let’s take a look at just some of things your child could experience in their childhood.
- Chicken Pox
- Ear Infections
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Food Allergies
- Skin conditions
- Cuts, Scrapes and Bruises
- Stomach aches
- Pin worms
The list could go on and on, but these are some of the most common things your child could experience.
Is That Stomach Pain Something Minor or Could it Be Something More Serious?
These days going to a Doctor is not cheap and many insurance companies have limits and restrictions as to what they will pay, so you don’t want to make unnecessary trips to the Doctor if you can avoid it.
We’ve put together this handy little guide to try to give you some guidelines in trying to address your child’s illness or injury. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice in place of a doctor by any means, but rather to help you identify certain symptoms.
Just imagine having the information you need to help guide you identifying your child’s’ symptoms and what may be causing them! No searching all over the internet or library for information, it’s all right here in this handy little guide. Just take a look at some of what’s covered in this eBook.
| Blisters, calluses and corns in children
Common food allergies in children
Urinary tract infections
Why children are prone to ear infections
If you’ve been looking for a something that can give you some good guidelines on what your child’s symptoms could mean, then you’ll want to keep reading.
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