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Dysmenorrhea, or menstrual cramps (period cramps), are pain and cramping in the lower abdomen just before and/or during menstruation (period). If cramping is very severe, there could be underlying issues like uterine fibroids (non-cancerous growths) or endometriosis (when tissue from the inside of the uterus implants outside the uterus).

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Dysplasia refers to an abnormal growth that is sometimes pre-cancerous. It is the earliest form of a pre-cancerous lesion that is detected by biopsy or pap smear, but the chances of dysplasia turning into cancers are low. Dysplasia can mean many things depending on where it is diagnosed.

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Otitis media refers to inflammation of the middle ear. When an abrupt infection occurs, the condition is called "acute otitis media." Acute otitis media occurs when a cold, allergy, and the presence of bacteria or viruses lead to the accumulation of pus and mucus behind the eardrum, blocking the Eustachian tube. This can cause earache and fever.

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Researchers continue to look for help for children and parents of children who suffer from the most common type of ear infection, called middle ear infection or otitis media (OM). About 62 percent of children in developed countries will have their first episode of OM by the age of one, more than 80 percent by their third birthday, and nearly 100 percent will have at least one episode by age five.

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Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a skin condition that affects about 10% of children, with 60% having symptoms in their first year and 90% showing signs before the age of 5. Itchy, red, flaky dry skin is common, along with small bumps that break open with scratching, which can cause infection. Eczema typically runs in families and can be managed with lifestyle and medical treatments.

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