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Tongue Tie Treatment: Does Your Child Need Surgery?

The suspicion of tongue tie is a source of anxiety in parents. The need for tongue tie treatment is one of the reasons worried parents approach a pediatric surgeon when their infants are diagnosed with ankyloglossia (tongue tie).

Technically, tongue tie is a congenital birth condition where a short, thick band of tissue (called the lingual frenulum) tightly tethers the tongue’s tip to the floor of the mouth.

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Stomach Pain in Kids: Don’t Dismiss Recurrent Stomach Aches!

Stomach pain in kids is very common. One in four children develop abdominal pain at some point between 3-18 years of age. It is one of the most common reasons why parents seek advice from a pediatric gastroenterologist.

Chronic abdominal pain is stomach ache in children that usually lasts for more than 2 months and does not respond to traditional treatments.

Seasonal Flu In Children – Things A Parent Should Know

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Aashna Wadhwa was worried her 2-year-old son’s high fever and cough might be an indication of the flu.

“I had been reading about seasonal flu in children and I wanted to be better informed about the condition,” said Aashna.

Viraj’s condition worsened as he started having breathing difficulties and even noisy breathing at times.

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