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How do you prevent your child from getting more ear infections?

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Dr. Kevin Windisch
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Avoid smoke

Avoidance of second hand smoke, avoidance of pacifiers and baby bottles all help.
Make sure that your child is up to date with prevnar-13 vaccination to further decrease ear infection risks.

In brief: Avoid smoke

Avoidance of second hand smoke, avoidance of pacifiers and baby bottles all help.
Make sure that your child is up to date with prevnar-13 vaccination to further decrease ear infection risks.
Dr. Kevin Windisch
Dr. Kevin Windisch
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Lifestyle audit

Infants are prone to ear infections & grow out of that tendency with age.
Your best basic plan is to avoid the aggravating exposures that increase their risks. Air irritants like smoke, perfumes, cleaning fumes, house dust, carpet cleaners, perfumed candles, etc. May be tolerated by adults but increase otitis frequency in infants.Allowing baby to lay flat while taking a bottle can increase risk.

In brief: Lifestyle audit

Infants are prone to ear infections & grow out of that tendency with age.
Your best basic plan is to avoid the aggravating exposures that increase their risks. Air irritants like smoke, perfumes, cleaning fumes, house dust, carpet cleaners, perfumed candles, etc. May be tolerated by adults but increase otitis frequency in infants.Allowing baby to lay flat while taking a bottle can increase risk.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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