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What is the cause of ear pain in an infant and what medicines should be given ?

my baby has earpain when touch by the left side,what could cause it and what kind of medication to apply what causes blood to come out when i had my first cough in the morning mix with phlegm
Asked On : Mon, 16 May 2011
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Hi,thanks for query.Baby first-cause of ear pain could some boil or infection inside the ear.Most commonly upper respiratory infection also can lead to this.You can give her acetaminophen syrup for this as per her weight.
Now your case-streak of blood with cough in morning is most of case is due to bad throat.As you have swelling and irritation in your throat there is friction when the cough comes out,so a streak of blood comes along with it.Take light diet,avoid spicy and cold foods.bye.
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