Sunday, October 13, 2013

How do you get an ear infection ?

She does not have an ear infection should also be treated with antibiotics. About 80% of baby with an ear infection ear infection levels in average shape.

American Academy of Pediatrics recommends, if the symptoms are not severe ear infection, children from 6 months of age or younger should not rush to antibiotics. Subscribe to the baby's condition within 48-72 hours, in order to decide whether pure or not need antibiotics. If your baby has a fever, you should take her to visit.

How to make baby comfortable careList heads high when he is effective to reduce the symptoms of the disease , but most people avoid because of the knee can cause choking baby .Right dose of acetaminophen or ibuprofen to relieve pain for her .Use a piece of ear drops or warm compresses can soothe pain in her ears . However, if less than 2 months old baby , you should talk to her doctor before using any medications . Ask your doctor or pharmacist about the best kind of ear drops for her  

Prevention of recurrent ear infections- Keep your baby away from cigarette smoke because smoking increases the risk of ear infections . Make fresh air in the house and if to go out , she also needed to isolate smoke-free place .- For fully breastfeeding in the first 6 months . Breast milk provides antibodies to help your baby ear infections restrictions .- When breastfeeding , your baby's head should be elevated than the baby itself . The baby is breastfeeding is usually an ear infection risk is higher.- Wash your hands mother and child hand washing frequently . While ear infections are not contagious disease , but respiratory infections can cause ear infections . So to keep her hands clean and her isolation from the people who are suffering from respiratory diseases .- If your baby has recurrent ear infections , especially colds little easier , you should get a flu shot for children . But should ask your doctor because influenza vaccination only for children from 6 months of age or older .- Ensure adequate dose infant vaccinations . 

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