Dr. Mehar Siddiqui is a pediatrician practicing in Winter Haven, FL. Dr. Siddiqui is a doctor who specializes in the health care of children. As a pedicatrician, Dr. Siddiqui 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. Siddiqui can oversee and manage the physical, mental and emotional health of their patients.
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Babies over 6 months of age can be given coconut water, unless there is strong family history of Coconut allergy. In that case, consult your pediatrician. READ MORE
There are a couple of reasons to find the cause of the pain. Is she constipated? Did she just start Preschool or Daycare? Does the pain wake her up at night? Worms could be one cause of pain. Check for urine infection. Does it happen after eating? Eating too much spicy food? Most common problem I have found is constipation. If they just started school, it could be separation anxiety. READ MORE
Could be fungal. Sometimes no specific reason is found. They lose old hair and new comes out. Discuss with your pediatrician. READ MORE
Best to consult with the Pediatrician. READ MORE
The bad breath sometimes can happen with Sinusitis. He needs to see an ENT specialist so they can do a complete examination, X-rays of the sinuses, and soft tissue X-ray of the neck to see size of tonsils and adenoids. Needs further work up for recurrent fever. Best to discuss with your pediatrician. READ MORE
Most cases of sore throat are due to viruses. I would still take him to see the pediatrician so they can do a quick Strep test or a throat culture. If positive, antibiotics, saline gargles, and throat lozenges might help. READ MORE
She might have allergies. You say she sneezes more in one room, it might be a dust allergy. Talk to her pediatrician about getting a blood test to check for specific environmental allergies for your area. Good dusting, cleaning, using Baking soda on mattresses for a couple of hours and then vacuuming helps get rid of dust mites. Books collect a lot of dust, too. READ MORE
Discuss with a pediatrician. Do a headache diary for a couple of days. Does it wake him up at night? Does he throw up or is nauseated? Any history of migraine in family? How long does it last? What relieves it? If it's a continuous headache and vomiting, take him to a pediatrician or emergency room. Best to talk to a pediatrician. You can give him Tylenol per his weight, which is on the Tylenol box. READ MORE
You should use the diapers available in the market. You should use Desitin in the diaper area. This has Zinc in it, which is a protective barrier. If your baby gets frequent diaper rash, discuss with the pediatrician. You can use cloth diapers if you like, but it is more work for you. READ MORE
Discuss with a pediatrician. It might be allergies or sinus problems. READ MORE
I think it best to talk to your Pediatrician about it. Or somebody with experience in using these medicines. READ MORE
It would be best if you discussed this with your pediatrician. Do you have pets in the house? He might have allergies; post-nasal drip, which triggers coughing at night, sinus problems, family history of asthma... READ MORE
You can use calamine lotion which is calming to skin. You should ask your doctor if you can use Benadryl depending on the age of patient or any other medicine to reduce the itching. Put socks on his hands so he can’t scratch himself. Benadryl use only on the advice of a pediatrician on older children. It makes them sleepy. READ MORE
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