My child has glue ear – what do I do?

Around one in four Australian children will have recurrent ear infections in their first three years of life. This decreases as children get older. But by the time children start school, one in ten will still have glue ear, which could have a significant impact on their early learning.

So what should you do if your child has glue ear? And how can you prevent them getting it in the first place?

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John Paul Wager