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could my toddler not urinating be due to ear infection?

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Dr. Anna Meyer
Pediatric ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 19 years experience
Possibly: If your child has an ear infection and a high fever and is sweating a lot or if he is not drinking very much because he feels unwell, this can lead to dehydration which can cause low urine output. Or it could be unrelated, so you should check with his pediatrician.

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