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Dangerous for girls to play sitting in the sand by the seaWet swimsuit, dirty sea and sitting on the ground to play on the beach, germs to enter the body easier. Especially in girls, it has a negative effect on genital hygiene and leads to urinary tract infection. A complete urinalysis and culture is required to make the diagnosis. Afterwards, it is recommended to use antibiotic treatment appropriate for childhood, to consume plenty of fluids and to change underwear frequently.
Chlorine in the pool water causes ear inflammation and sinus problemsChildren with external ear canal infections or tympanic membranes may be seen with pool or sea water escaping to the ear. Depending on the infection, ear pain, swelling of the external auditory canal, ear discharge, obstruction, hearing loss may occur. Chlorine in the pool water can cause nasal congestion and sinus problems, especially in allergic children.
Summer diarrhea is mostly seen in the 0-5 age groupPools that do not change the water daily and do not carry out the necessary analyzes, invite summer diarrhea. Treatment of mild diarrhea, usually seen in the 0-5 age group, is performed at home. Breastfeeding is continued in infants receiving breast milk. Infants and children older than 6 months who do not receive breast milk are given liquid foods that they are used to, as well as foods such as rice porridge, bananas, apple puree, yogurt, buttermilk. It is recommended to give water between meals. In cases of severe diarrhea, the patient is hospitalized and fluid treatment is administered intravenously.