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Question: my 2.6 ye toddler having pain in ear...?

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Answer: Hello dear, pain in ear is not uncommon in toddlers, they used to play in dust and pollution so the wax inside get thickened which ultimately turned into waste and cause pain there, better not to try anything at home to clean it, old remedies like oil and all are strictly said no, you should consult the ent specialist for that and get the check up done and get treatment over there.
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