I have been posting about my 15 mo old son, who seems to be sick constantly. It turns out when the dr finally listened to me (NOT his usual doctor, either) and looked it up, we've been to the dr twice a month average for at least the last year. Many of those visits were ear infection diagnoses, which they treated with more antibiotics. We are going to a specialist, and the dr we saw on Friday believes it could be a) ear problems, which would call for tubes b) an immune disorder or something of that sort or 3) allergies. B and C seem pretty vague to me, but I know a ton of kids on here have had to have tubes.
What are tubes, and why do they need them?
How do they work?
Does it require surgery?
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