Ear Infections | When to Worry | Parents





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Published on Jan 20, 2014

Watch as Parents Magazine shows when to worry about ear infections! About 75 percent of kids get ear infections before even reaching three years old. Starting with a cold as fluids are trapped in the middle ear, your baby will experience the uncomfortable signs of an ear infection. More crying than usual, trouble sleeping, and becoming upset when she is laying down are all classic ear infection symptoms in babies. A fever, congestion, and ear pain often accompany a baby ear infection. Under 6 months, she may need a prescription antibiotic, but older children will rely on their bodies to heal themselves. Acetaminophen or ibuprofen can help relieve those uncomfortable ear infection symptoms!

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