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A 10 Year Old Girl Feeding Her Baby Brother
Yes: With proper supervision, most girls can safely use tampons at any age. ...Read more
What would cause a 10 year old girl to constantly blink. She's always sitting there blinking its not little blinks. Is very noticeable?
Tonsils OSA: She may have large tonsils causing some narrowing of the airway and thus snoring at hight. I am more concerned if she is overweight, because that can cause another level of obstruction. As she's breathing at night, check for "pauses" of her breathing, even count with a second hand on your watch. Any pause of more than 20 seconds is definitely not normal.Is there a " snap" as the airway opens? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chronic bronchitis: Reactive airway. Asthma- needs to be managed under the care of your pediatrician, pediatric allergist or pediatric pulmonologist. A family doctor if specialists are not available. Yes, it is dangerous if not treated. It is reversible and easily treated with inhaled/ oral steroids and bronchodilators. Maintenance and compliance are key to successful treatment. Go to er if having acute attack now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is aptheous ulcers in children linked with abcesses on gums on a 10 year old girl like her pediatric consultant has said?
Aphthous ulcers: It's hard to comment on your question because first, we cannot examine your child and secondly we can't be 100% sure exactly why your "pediatric consultant" actually said. Even intelligent, loving individuals sometimes don't hear and repeat everything accurately. The cause of true aphthous ulcers is not fully understood. It most likely is related to a combination of stress and local irritation. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Is a quick and mostly painless left hip subluxation in 10 year old girl a sign of more serious issues? She noticed it twice in 5 wks while playing..
Subluxation: Possibly. See an ortho doc. She will need some xrays perhaps a CT. ...Read more
10 year old girl. With chest pain 3 pacs and 7 vecs. Ekg shows borderline rythym. Strip was for 90 sec. Do i need to worry. What to do. Please help me?
Consult Ped Cardiolo: We do not have nough information to advice you.We don't know what you mean by borderline rythym.She is 10 years old with pacs and vecs you should consult a pediatric cardiologist to find out what is going on with her. ...Read more
My 10 year old girl has an rash, still not diagnosed. May be petechiae. No other symptoms. Blood test normal, except for longer INR time. Ideas?
More info needed: A picture is worth a thousand words. Obviously a picture would be helpful to see as well as location. ...Read more
What causes 10 year old girl to have stretch marks on upper leg going around instead of up and down she is 10 yrs old about 5'4" tall and weighs 150lbs, she is very active in 7 different dance classes, plays softball, and all around very active kid.
Stretch : Stretch marks are quite common in adolescents. They are often seen after/during growth spurts, from exercise/sports/weightlifting, etc., and during rapid weight gain/loss. Ocassionally, they even occur without a known factor. There are some treatments available, including Retin-A and pulsed dye laser, which can be used in combination (read more about these below). I hope that helps a little. ...Read more
10 year old girl w/ pain to right of belly button that worse when she moves but pressing on her belly doesn't effect no fever or vomitting appendix??
A 10 year old girl(my neighbor) throw up dark yellow liquid+green pieces of rice about 3 times a day & unable to eat/drink. Why? Infectious to others?
I have a 10 year old girl who has been taken loratadine for a week and now she says she that her head hurts can I give tylenol (acetaminophen) or motrin?
Yes but: I suspect that her headache may be from nasal congestion which loratadine has no effect on. Consider trying a nasal steroid for a few days and see if this works better. Yes you can give her Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin but it will not be that effective if the nasal congestion is causing the problem. If no response to nasal steroid, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
10 year old girl with regular fatigue and low grade fevers (99.3-100.4) blood tests norm. Except: neutrophil -60.0, lymphocytes 26.5 any ideas?
Not enough info: The physical exam is very important. Has there been weight loss, diarrhea, joint pains, poor resilience, changes in academics? Iron and nutritional status? Other medical illnesses such as diabetes, asthma, chronic tonsillitis, heart disease. Persistent low grade fever in a child deserves a thorough and exhaustive evaluation until the cause is found. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gender selection: There are approximately 115 boys conceived for every 100 girls. By birth, that ratio is down to 105 boys: 100 girls. Some doctors claim that statistically, you have a better chance of having a girl if sex occurs two or more days before ovulation. The theory is that the timing of intercourse has an effect. Sperm carrying y chromosomes are believed to swim faster but not survive as long. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My daughter is been classified as obese is there any excersises you could recommend for a 10 year old fairly strong girl?
Structured Activity: A minimum of 60 mins daily, it will be helpful to involve the whole family in an active lifestyle. Structure allows for better compliance due to accountability to other team players/family members. Walking; use a tracking device 1.5 to 2 miles daily. Dietary intervention is equally important. Participation in household chores that promote activity serves multiple purposes too. Take care! ...Read more
Depends: There isn't a straightforward answer to this because it depends on stage of puberty, size, and level of activity of the child. More importantly is the content of the daily diet. Avoid sugared drinks, incorporate more fresh fruit and vegetables, and be active. Consider a wellness program for the child if overweight. Some insurance co offer this as do some hospitals. ...Read more
Healthy weight: The RANGE for acceptable "healthy" weight for a girl of 4'9" is 62-87 pounds. The more important details are: is she maintaining a healthy life-style? Is her diet healthy? Does she get regular, consistent physical activity? Instead of focusing on a number, focus on eating well as a family and doing physical activities together (hiking, biking, walking etc). ...Read more
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