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Dr. Alvaro G. Reymunde, M.D,

Pediatrician

Dr. Alvaro Reymunde is a pediatrician practicing in Hazleton, PA. Dr. Reymunde is a doctor who specializes in the health care of children. As a pedicatrician, Dr. Reymunde diagnoses and treats infections, injuries, diseases and other disorders in children. Pediatricians typically work with infants, children, teenagers and young adults up to age 21. They practice medical care as well as preventative health care. Dr. Reymunde can oversee and manage the physical, mental and emotional health of their patients.
Dr. Alvaro G. Reymunde, M.D,
  • Hazleton, PA
  • Accepting new patients

My second child is 14 months old and hasn't taken her first steps. Is something wrong?

This could be a sign of a gross motor delay. Usually improves with a bit of physical therapy. Some kids are just a bit slower to develop for many reasons. Your pediatrician should READ MORE
This could be a sign of a gross motor delay. Usually improves with a bit of physical therapy. Some kids are just a bit slower to develop for many reasons.
Your pediatrician should be able to perform a good eval and guide u further

Can you get strep throat without tonsils?

Absolutely... u wont be able to get strep tonsillitis but can def get strep throat. I would have u checked for strep as untreated it could lead to rheumatic fever, and we dont READ MORE
Absolutely...
u wont be able to get strep tonsillitis but can def get strep throat.
I would have u checked for strep as untreated it could lead to rheumatic fever, and we dont want that!

Is my child's hyperactivity due to Claritin?

Hi! Some children seem to have this effect with allergy medications. It is not permanent and should get better within 24 hours of stopping it. You may try a different allergy med READ MORE
Hi!
Some children seem to have this effect with allergy medications.
It is not permanent and should get better within 24 hours of stopping it.
You may try a different allergy med such as zyrtec, singulair or other over the counter. I would stay away from benadryl for these symptoms though.

Alvaro G. Reymunde, MD
Pediatrician
Pediatric Associates of Kingston