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DOES SWIMMING CAUSE EAR NOSE AND THROAT INFECTIONS IN BABIES? Rss

Does anyone know if taking babies to swimming lessons causes ear nose and throat infections? Our 6 month old had her first lesson on Saturday and that night she came down with a cold and very runny nose. My friend has taken her 9 month out of his swimming lessons because she believed it was causing him to have a constant cold... what does anyone else think or know?
swimming pools, child care and shopping centres are the main places that boost your babies immune system.
Yes the can pick up everything and anything from a pool. Chlorine kills the really bad stuff. But bub has to develop immunity at some time. If they don't do it now, they'll be the ones who get sick every time they attend child care, so they get pulled out of that, then because they have missed out on all the opportunities to develop immunity whilst little, they end up getting everything when they go to school and miss out on the most important part of kindy - making friends.
Unless the pool looks obviously dirty and you wouldn't want to get into it, I wouldn't worry. Particularly if bub is breast fed.
Thanks, yes breast fed and at child care 2 days a week so her immune system is getting well and truly developed! We do swimming is at a good reputable clean State Swim centre, so no problems about cleanliness, I asked the CHYS nurse and she said swimming does contribute to ear infections, but not nasal / colds etc... it would have just been a coincidence DS got a cold the night after swimming.
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The symptoms of swimmer's ear generally start as itching of the ear and rapidly advances to ear pain. Pay for uk assignment
While swimming, make sure baby is not itching ear or there some redness or swelling, these are symptoms of ear injection.

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