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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like he has allergies. What could he be allergic to? Do you have pets that are in doors? You can take him to an ear nose & throat doctor and have them test him for allergies. They usually take a marker and label each spot, then ***** the skin on his back with up to 100 different substances. They wait a few days and have you bring him back to see what breaks out and where. Then they create a serum that he takes in injections to make him immune to whatever is bothering him and it goes away. The ****** on his back do not hurt. I have had it done to myself.
Allergies are non bacterial. If the doctors are giving him antibiotics and the medication is making it go away for a bit and then it returns again in two to three weeks then he may have an inner ear infection or a sinus infection. Inner ear infections take up to six weeks of antibiotics to clear up the problem. Sinus infections take up to a month. If you stop taking the medication before its cleared up all the way, then it just keeps coming back again.
If I knew what the medications were that they gave him then I could help you further.
He could have a problem with adnoids. If this is the case then he would be swallowing and "snorting" all the time. What I mean by snorting is attempting to clear his throat loudly. He may need his tonsils removed or possibly his adnoids?
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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basically viral infections that affect the nose, throat and sinuses. Younger
kids and babies can catch up to 10 colds a year on average. Mostly colds are
not dangerous and get better by themselves but if you see any of the following,
you should consult with your doctor;
fever over 38 degrees
symptoms for more than 10 days especially with green or yellow mucus.
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