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  • Toilet Training Resistance - Encopresis without Constipation

    A child who refuses to be toilet trained. He passes stools into his underwear or pull-up. The medical term for this is encopresis.

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  • Tongue - Geographic

    Map-like red patches on the tongue. Cause not known

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  • Tonsil Infection - Strep

    A bacterial infection of the tonsils caused by Strep. Also called Strep tonsillitis

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  • Tonsil Infection - Viral

    A viral infection of the tonsils. Also called viral tonsillitis

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  • Tooth Injury

    Injury to a tooth

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  • Toothache

    Pain or discomfort in a tooth

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  • Umbilical Cord - Bleeding

    Bleeding occurs from cord’s point of separation. The navel is also called the belly button or umbilicus

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  • Umbilical Cord - Cord Care

    Questions about how to care for the normal umbilical cord or navel in newborns. The navel is also called the belly button or umbilicus.

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  • Umbilical Cord - Delayed Separation Past 3 Weeks

    Cord is still attached after 3 weeks. The navel is also called the belly button or umbilicus

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  • Umbilical Cord - Minor Infection of Cord or Navel

    Umbilicus (navel) has a cloudy discharge or even some dried pus on the surface. The navel is also called the belly button or umbilicus.

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  • Umbilical Cord - Normal Navel Care After Cord Falls Off

    Questions about how to care for the navel in newborns. The navel is also called the belly button or umbilicus.

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  • Umbilical Granuloma

    A small red growth found in the navel after the cord falls off. The navel is also called the belly button or umbilicus.

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  • Umbilical Hernia

    A bulge or swelling in the area of the umbilicus (navel or belly button).

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  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) (Female)

    A bacterial infection of the bladder. Also called cystitis

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  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) (Male)

    A bacterial infection of the bladder. Also called cystitis

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  • Urination Pain - Symptom (Female)

    Pain, burning or stinging when passing urine. Suspect pain if a young child starts to cry while passing urine

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  • Urination Pain - Symptom (Male)

    Pain, burning or stinging when passing urine. Suspect pain if a young child starts to cry while passing urine

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  • Vaccine Concerns - You're Undecided

    You are undecided about giving your child some of the recommended vaccines. Or you are thinking about delaying some of the vaccines.

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  • Vaccine Reactions - Normal

    A reaction to a recent immunization (vaccine) shot. Most reactions are at the injection site (such as pain, swelling, redness)

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  • Vaccine Reactions - Specific Details

    A reaction to a recent immunization (vaccine). Most reactions are at the shot site (such as pain, swelling, redness)

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  • Vaccines - Infections They Prevent

    Vaccines can protect your child from 16 severe infections. In the past, these infections killed thousands of children each year.

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  • Viral Rash

    A pink rash that is all over the body. The rash is part of a viral illness

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  • Vomiting (Age 1-5)

    Vomiting is the forceful emptying (throwing up) of what is in the stomach. It’s normal for nausea (upset stomach) to come before each bout of vomiting

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  • Vomiting (Age 6-21)

    Vomiting is the forceful emptying (throwing up) of what is in the stomach. It’s normal for nausea (upset stomach) to come before each bout of vomiting.

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  • Vomiting (Baby on Breastmilk)

    Vomiting is the forceful emptying (throwing up) of what is in the stomach. It’s normal for nausea (upset stomach) to come before each bout of vomiting.

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  • Vomiting (Baby on Formula)

    Vomiting is the forceful emptying (throwing up) of what is in the stomach. It’s normal for nausea (upset stomach) to come before each bout of vomiting

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  • Vulvitis from Soap

    Irritation of the vulva (external genitals) from soap or other irritants. Mainly occurs in young girls before school age

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  • Wart - Plantar

    A wart on the bottom of the foot (plantar surface). Viral infection of the skin

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  • Warts

    Warts are small raised growths that have a rough surface. Viral infection of the skin

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  • Weaning From the Bottle - Normal

    Weaning is the replacement of bottle feedings with drinking from a cup. It means an end to nipple feedings. Weaning usually occurs easily and smoothly.

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  • Weaning From the Bottle - Resistance

    You want to stop bottle feeding, but your child resists. Excessive bottle feeding means more than 4 times per day after 6 months.

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  • Weaning From the Breast - Normal

    Weaning is the replacement of feedings from the breast with drinking from a cup or bottle. It means an end to feeding at the breast. Weaning usually occurs easily and smoothly.

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  • Weaning From the Breast - Resistance

    You want to stop breastfeeding, but your child resists. Excessive breastfeeding means nursing more than 4 times per day after 6 months. Excessive breastfeeding also means nursing for the wrong reasons.

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  • Whining and Pestering

    Whining is a verbal temper tantrum. Compared to screaming tantrums, it’s a step up the developmental ladder. Some examples of whining behavior are: A child who won’t take No for an answer. He keeps repeating his demand for something you’ve told him he can’t have or do.

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  • Wound Infection

    A break in the skin (a wound) shows signs of infection. Signs of infection include pus, spreading redness, increased pain or swelling, and fever.

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