See a doctor if your kids have these symptoms

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Wheezing - Wheezing shouldn't be audible, so if your kids are wheezing, take them to the doctor immediately.

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Ear pain - If they have ear pain that doesn't go away, this may be a sign of infection or even a foreign body in their ear that needs to be removed.

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Severe throat pain - Anything more serious than a mild sore throat should be checked out. This can be a sign of strep throat, mononucleosis, or another infection.

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They start wetting the bed more often - If your children start doing this suddenly, with no apparent reason, it may be a sign of urinary tract infection.

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Their urine is really dark - Take them to the doctor if they have soda-like pee. Among other things, this may be a sign that there's blood in the urine. 

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They are peeing more than usual - If your child is peeing a lot, this may be a sign of a urinary tract infection, or even diabetes.

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Sudden blisters - With a decline in children getting vaccinated, should your child develop sudden blisters, take him/her to the doctor immediately.

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Their cut shows sign of infection - If they have a cut oozing pus, it's red, tender, or swollen, it should always be seen by a doctor.

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They've had a runny nose for a long time - If your kids have had a runny and stuffy nose for over two weeks, you should get it checked by a doctor.

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Vaginal discharge - Look out for thick and white, brown, or discolored discharge. Also, if it smells bad, you should take your child to the doctor.

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Penile discharge - This is usually a sign of infection, so it's important to seek medical advice as soon as possible.

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They have diarrhea streaked with mucus - This can be a sign of bacterial infection. Take pictures if possible, as these can help the doctor with the diagnosis.

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They're at risk of dehydrating - Children can easily become dehydrated so, if for some reason they can't keep fluids down, take them to the doctor.

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Peeing is painful - If it hurts to pee, your kids might have a UTI, so go to the doctor. 

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It's difficult to wake them up - If your child looks extremely sleepy and unusually groggy, it's time to see a doctor.

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