In the previous two blogposts we have discussed the general causes and management of red rashes, as well as the different types of viral rashes that could appear on your child’s skin. Supportive measures will mostly be enough to comfort and care for those rashes. However sometimes you need more help in the form of … Continue reading Rashes Part 3 – Bacteria & Fungi
Chronic diarrhoea is diagnosed when your child has diarrhoea for most days for more than 4 weeks. That is not fun for anyone involved. While most episodes of diarrhoea are mostly self-limiting and mostly does not need any investigations, there are a few things the doctor should check for when it becomes chronic. (I repeat … Continue reading Vomit – Poop – Treat!