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As a parent, it’s easy to feel helpless when your kiddo isn’t feeling well. We get it! The graphics and links below can help you decide when to be concerned and when to seek care for these common childhood conditions.

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when to be concerned about a cough

cough

Cough may be due to drainage or congestion or by inflammation at the back of the throat.

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when to be concerned about an earache

earache

Learn more about ear infections and when your child might be a good candidate for ear tubes.

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when to be concerned about fainting during sports

fainting during sports

Sometimes passing out during exercise can be a sign of something more serious going on.

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when to be concerned about a fever

fever

Is your child just fighting off a virus or is their fever a sign of a more serious concern?

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when to be concerned about a sprain

sprains

Caring for a sprain at home is possible, but in some cases more urgent medical care is needed.

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when to be concerned about testicle pain

testicle pain

Testicular pain can be a result of several different causes.

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when to be concerned about tummy aches

tummy aches

Tummy aches are one of the top reasons parents bring their child to the emergency department.

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care options

When there are many options for care, it can be overwhelming to make a choice on where is the right place to go! Let us help. Check out the details about our emergency department, urgent care, and Kids Express locations!

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