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My 23 month old son has blocked tear ducts.  Could this be related to the persistant ear infection he has been fighting for the last three months?

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> 60 days ago

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Wayne Yankus
Mar 23, 2009
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Blocked tear ducts generally occur in children at birth and are resolved by time and massage.  I would recommend a visit to your pediatrician to discuss both the issue of the tear ducts as well as the ongoing ear problem. Be focused at your visit to be sure your child's physician understands your concern.  Good luck to both of you.
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