My 8 month old son is constantly suffering from ear infections.:( He was born in June '07 and has had an ear infection in August, September, November, January, and now in February. That's 5 in the past 6 months and I am concerned that he needs to see a specialist and possibly get tubes in his ears. However, my pediatrician is not concerned and will not give me a referral to see an ENT.:mad: Unfortunately b/c of the insurance my son has I cannot go see a specialist w/o his pediatrician's referral. I'm wondering if the frequency of his ear infections could possibly be normal for a baby his age and I should just trust his dr. or do I need to push the issue and demand a referral? None of my other children ever had this many ear infections.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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