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How Can I Get My Son To Stop Cracking His Fingers
See below:: Limit time allowing to suck-not in public. Do not criticize or confront-praise when not doing it. Talk about his finger sucking and make him self aware. Encourage him and flatter him that in the future he will not suck his finger since he will be all grown up. Give him a role model to aspire this goal: ex: does batman or spiderman suck their finger? ...Read more
Not long: Unfortunately there are a lot of finger sticks that have to happen, especially with a new diagnosis. Most kids get used to this very quickly. You can help them by talking about the importance of monitoring their blood glucose and keeping them involved in the process. This is a good opportunity to help teach and reinforce responsibility. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son has cut his finger quite badly and it's quite deep it will not stop bleeding he cut it with a saw?
My 15 year old son keeps eating the skin around his fingers until its raw ..Help! I have no idea what to do I am scared for him he reached to get laundry and i noticed he is doing it again . He keeps eating his fingers raw he has no skin on his fingers
Fingers and toes of My wife, daughter and son get swollen up during winters starting at a temp of 10 deg celcius and worsen further.Pl advice.
Fingers: vessels to spasms during cold weather. The most important thing to do is keep the hands and feet warm, but there are medications that can be helpful, although all can have unpleasant (and sometimes unsafe) side effects. ...Read more
After touching a metal thing in a public restroom, my son accidently put his fingers in my mouth. I am concerned that I could get HIV.
Can my son get HIV or other STDs from touching something in a public restroom (not toilet) and then putting his fingers in his mouth for a second
My son has kawasaki. Been peeling on fingers for over a week. Yeaterday toes started to peel and today palms and foot. When will it stop?
Kawasaki disease!: Desquamation not a severe problem as development of coronary aneurysms, and elevated platelet count to the risk of thrombus/embolus formation for which daily aspirin has to be prescribed. Ideally immunoglobulins were administered early and echocardiogram has been performed and was negative for cardiac abnormalities. ...Read more
My son had blister like spots on the inside of his fingers on both hands and they are peeling. What could it be and do I need to get it checked out?
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