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Do You Have Any Question's About Your Child's Health?


Ever since giving birth to Amelia I have become more health conscious, I think it just comes naturally when you are a mother and you become more heath aware. Especially as you have somebody else to look after and not just yourself. I often found myself fanatically worrying about every rash and every sniffle she had. There are so many illnesses and diseases lurking around it's only human to worry.

Today Dr Wendy Snell at Blossoms Healthcare is here to answer any burning questions you may have about your child's health whether that be about chicken pox, vaccines, nappy rash or a tummy bug. I know as a new mum myself I was always fretting over Amelia when she was a newborn and now that we are coming into the colder months I'm sure there will be many cold lurking around. 

I will be passing on all of your questions and will post Dr Snell's reply's in the upcoming weeks so do keep an eye out for that! 

So without further ado fire away!

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33 comments

  1. the worries of a mum don;t get any better as they get older

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  2. When children are poorly with sickness or diarrhoea, how is the best way to encourage them to keep their fluids up?

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  3. How likely is it that children will get chicken pox rather than getting them in their adulthood?

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  4. My son currently has a terrible cold. He will only settle with a dummy but finds it hard to breathe through his nose so he's constantly snuffling and waking himself up during the night. I have a nasal syringe but it isn't doing much. What else can I use to clear his nose for long enough to let him get a good nights sleep?

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  5. My daughter has recurrent bouts of Tonsilitis - why are some children more prone to this than others?

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  6. Kayleigh Radcliff4 October 2013 at 10:44

    My son keeps on getting awful colds in the winter no matter how many layers i wrap him up in he always gets ill. I can't seem to think what Im doing wrong, do you have any advice?

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  7. Little one has chicken pox at the moment. (I'm actually pleased.) I was using Virasoothe as I've heard that camomille doesn't work as it dries out. Is that right?

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  8. Are there any common illnesses or diseases I should be looking out for in my eldest as he soon hits double figures?!

    Laura Harris

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  9. Any tips for snuffly noses? especially at night

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  10. How can I get my child to take his oral antibiotics without pinning him down and forcing him to have it? Tried putting it in food and drink but he justs rejects it.

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  11. Piriton syrup is great for chicken pox. Wish we'd had it when I was a child.

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  12. Its good to have a forum where you can ask question which you might not have time to ask a GP as consultations feel rushed

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  13. how can I get my child to take antibiotics without too much trauma??

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  14. any tips for sore throats for toddlers?

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  15. What temperature should you think about getting your little one seen when they have a fever?

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  16. At what point should you worry about reflux/spit up? My newborn daughter (breastfed) spits up a lot after every feed although doesn't have any weight issues, the wind does make her quite upset. xx

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  17. My daughter loves fruit and veg and eats around 8-10 portions a day (she also eats rice, pasta and pulses but doesn't care for meat). Sometimes she gets really bloated and her tummy hurts/is uncomfortable. Should we be limiting her intake or balancing it with something else.

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  18. What are the health risks of pacifier (dummy) use?

    Rachel Craig

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  19. my daughter has been told she has a knee condition called oshgoodshlatters or some spelling of it causing servere knee pain and told to just give her painkillers at 11 years old im not happy with my daughter just popping painkillers constantly as the pain is always there is there anything else that can be recommended and is this condition for life ? desperate mum x

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  20. Are the orthodontist friendly dummies really any better for the teeth than normal cheap ones?

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  21. when children have a poorly belly how do you encourage them to keep up their fluids?

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  22. Can you ask the doctor for antibiotics that have sugar in them, the 'healthy' ones with no sugar are gross. I'd rather have sugary medicine and not have to force my child to take it!

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  23. My little boy has some little bumps on his skin which I think may be eczema as I had similar as a child. Could there be anything else that it could be??

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  24. My son coughs a lot, especially after running, or laughing. Could he have asthma?

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  25. Is it better to expose children to germs younger and get a cold out of the way, or try and shield them as long as possible? x

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  26. my son seems to have permanent tickle in his throat should i be worried

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  27. Any reason for sniffles and cough during the night but fine during the day!!

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  28. What can I give my toddler for constipation?

    Hele

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  29. What the best thing for my children to drink (aside from the obvious milk / water)

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  30. Can you recommend any natural creams for eczma?

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I love reading them all and will try my best to answer all of your questions. If you would like to contact me for a quicker response please feel free to tweet me at (@ohsoamelia_blog) or email me. Kerry