my son had tubes put in his ears on august 21st and he got a ear infection on dec. 19th. why would he catch a ear infection so quickly anyone know? and i thought the tubes were supposed to less frequent with tubes so why does he have one already? can anyone help me.Answer Question
Answer by singlemom5481 at 8:35 PM on Dec. 23, 2008
The tubes do not prevent infections--they help the ears drain properly. I have 3 kids---ALL--of whom have tubes. The tubes help to cut down, but do not stop the infections. I thought this to because with my oldest she did not get infections until they fell out, but my son had a couple, and my 2 year old had more. She has one tube out now, and has had 2 infections so I think she will get tubes again soon.
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