Why Does My Child Get Recurring Ear Infections?

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Ear infections are quite a common occurrence in our little ones, but at what point do you need to be concerned about the frequency? Dr. Maithilee Menezes, otolaryngologist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, discusses ear infections and when to be concerned. Learn about the signs to look for to determine if it’s an inner ear infection, and when to see a doctor. When it occurs frequently, your pediatrician will likely refer you to an ENT specialist.

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