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Childhood-diseases

Question
Posted by: Mom | 2004/01/13

Q.

Thrush

My 3 and half year old daughter seem to be getting thrush constantly. She also seem to run to the toilet more often that usual todlers. If it was a baldder infection surely she would get a fever of some sort. Can it be thrush that is causing her to think she needs to go to the toilet. She also complaints that it burns quite a bit.

What can I do to help her?

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

Children don't need to have a fever with a urinary tract infection. The symptoms you describe requires evaluation.

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