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PostSubject: Seasonal allergies   Fri Apr 08, 2011 8:29 am

I'm pretty sure that's what we're dealing with. A couple of days ago Ryan woke up with red eyes, both of them were equally red but they didn't itch and he had no discharge. One is almost cleared up but the other is still red just not as much. He's had so much snot it's just insane and then yesterday afternoon he told me his head hurt and then his ear hurt. Last night a little before midnight I touched him and he was hot (he slept with us). He had a fever of 101.5 ish. Gave him tylenol and it went away and he's been fine all morning, I kept him out of school today.

So, does this sound like allergy stuff? Is it possible he got an ear infection but the fever cleared it up?
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal allergies   Fri Apr 08, 2011 6:57 pm

It very well could be. Sounds like what happens to both of my girls. Our ped (new) has me giving them a small dose of children's zyrtec on high pollen count days. It's helped a lot just in the last week. I'm noticing a lot less snot, their eyes are clearing, and L hasn't complained of a headache in a few days. (That was becoming a regular occurance.)

Allergies can lead to infections. :-) Such as ya know, raging sinus infections lol OR in the case of my girls, ear aches. The last few times it's happened I either treat with drops or just let the fever run it's course. I know L's tubes will prevent her from getting seriously sick with them.
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