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comment Child with diarrhea: what to do when you think the doctors aren't doing enough?
@anongoodnurse. Perhaps, but this doesn't seem to have worked here. In my experience ER typically think short term focusing on the immediate symptom or problem. A primary care physician can often dig deeper into the living situation, family matter, psychological factors etc. He/She can also consolidate all tests, results, hypotheses etc in a single spot and can provide the benefit of a long term relationship who knows the kid well
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comment Child with diarrhea: what to do when you think the doctors aren't doing enough?
Do you have a regular pediatrician? ER is not a good place for dealing with this.
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answered Why does my 16 year old sister still bite?
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answered How different cultures teach kids about sex
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comment Risks and benefits of natural birth
It's difficult to find objective information on this. Here are two peer reviewed studies from the US onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jmwh.12172/full and Canada ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2742137 . I'm sure if you look long enough you find a peer reviewed study that says the opposite :-)
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answered Risks and benefits of natural birth
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answered My parents don't understand how I eat so much (food quantity required for a teenage boy)
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comment How to get my son to sleep earlier
That seems like an almost perfect sleep schedule for a 22 month old. What specifically is the problem?
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comment Is it preferable to have “sex talks” vs “all the time education”?
"The talk" may stereotypical but reality doesn't work like this at all. The kids are exposed to sex related info from many different sources (peers, school, school bus, media, internet etc.) that are beyond parents control and that must be properly managed by the parent continuously. The approach of condensing to a single "talk" is just really dumb.
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answered Arguments for/against same birthday for siblings?
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answered Preventing toddler from climbing up the stairs?
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revised Travelling with three little ones without a car
typo and grammar
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answered Travelling with three little ones without a car
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comment How do we prepare for a long car journey with a 2 month old?
"A 2 month old usually needs constant care and stimuli": That's a somewhat questionable statement and certainly doesn't jive with my personal experience. In fact I would consider it potentially detrimental to provide a 2 month old with constant stimulus.