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Toddlers and pre-schoolers are for ever playing around the place and one day will inevitably get themselves a splinter. Most can be brushed away or removed with a pair of tweezers or long finger nails. However, if it needs a bit more attention, here are some pointers.
If it gets infected
If it seems swollen, red or pussy, you must take your child to the doctor and make sure that your child's immunisations are up to date.
How to prevent splinters
Whilst a splinter can be rather painful, most of the time the pain subsides as soon as the foreign body has been extracted. Take care.
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