Urticaria in a child: treatment, causes and symptoms
Urticaria in a child - sudden red itchy rashes on the body that require treatment. It can manifest itself as an allergic reaction to any irritant that is not always…

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Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?
Pediatricians are often asked: "Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?" This question is especially popular in the cold season, when children are more susceptible to infectious…

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Neonatal screening of newborns. Mandatory examination in the hospital
The baby literally just came into the world, and doctors say that neonatal screening is needed. Young mothers who have not heard about this can be frightened by some manipulations…

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Signs of depriving a child. Causes and treatment of the disease

Noticing any oddities with the skin of a child, one can suspect signs of lichen. This disease affects people at any age. By this word is meant dermatosis caused by fungi or viruses. It is often easy to confuse lichen with allergies, eczema, or measles. Therefore, to help the baby you need to know the signs of depriving a child. The difficulty is that there are several types of skin disease that differ in symptoms. Be sure to consult a doctor to find out the exact diagnosis. Especially if itching has been observed for several days, and hair in the area of ​​spots falls out. Lichen can spread throughout the body. If you see strange spots or changes in the skin with itching in the baby, then limit contact with others – lichen can be infectious. Therefore, it is forbidden to attend kindergarten, school, circles, playgrounds.

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Chickenpox in a child

Gradually, the child’s social circle expands and chickenpox can visit the child. An acute viral disease is transmitted by airborne droplets. It is very difficult to get infected through objects, as the virus dies outside the body in 10 minutes. Recognizing chickenpox is easy. The main thing is to know the rules of treatment and measures that will prevent complications. Chickenpox in a child is most often observed in children aged from six months to 7 years. You can get infected easily, so it is extremely difficult to exclude the disease. The kid attends kindergarten, playgrounds, school. Usually people suffer a disease once in a lifetime. But in the event of a decline in immunity, the disease may come again. Secondly, chickenpox in a child occurs after operations, a severely transferred disease, vitamin deficiency, during the period of acclimatization. How to recognize chickenpox and how to treat it, we learn from the article. Continue reading

Allergy to tangerines symptoms

During the New Year holidays, until February, the most common allergy to tangerines in children. For some reason, it is these citrus kids who overeat the most. It is difficult for parents to control the amount eaten by the child. Especially when guests are at home, you need to set the table, everyone communicates. Often the older generation asks the child not to lean on sweets and give the children citrus fruits instead. Of course, well-meaning. After all, they are sweet, healthy and contain vitamin C, unlike sweets. And suddenly you find a strange rash on the skin of a child, it begins to itch a lot. What to do if parents are allergic to tangerines in children.

Allergy to tangerines symptoms
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Symptoms by which you can determine the allergy to tangerines in children. Inspect the skin. Continue reading

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Intestinal infection in children: symptoms and treatment
Acute intestinal infection in children is not particularly seasonal. This ailment is divided into types, depending on the etiology. The cause of acute intestinal infection in children can be: dysentery,…

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How to get rid of lice? Pediculosis treatment in a child
There is a false opinion that lice appear in children from dysfunctional families, where they are left to their own devices and do not care too much about their own…

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Roseola in children: what is the "sixth disease"
Roseola in children is an acute disease that infants are susceptible to. Normally, it passes on its own in 6 days, hence the name “sixth disease”. Roseola or sudden exanthema…

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Neonatal screening of newborns. Mandatory examination in the hospital
The baby literally just came into the world, and doctors say that neonatal screening is needed. Young mothers who have not heard about this can be frightened by some manipulations…

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