7 months old baby

Question: my daughter keeps scratching her left ear.

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Answer: If while scratching she seems cranky or irritated then that is a serious concern..u need to check with the doctor for ear infection.. If she is doing it just in play..then its absolutely normal..babies do follow some action repeatedly
Answer: My son had the same problem...he always scratching his eyes and ears...Dr told it is for cold...so you must careful...becz baby drinking milk from you...
Answer: Hello dear this is may be due to teething dear.. Encourage your baby with frozen teething rings, frozen cucumber pieces or frozen carrots..
Answer: Keep your baby careful when bathing..don't bath very much...and wash head a few
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