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Should I call my doctor if my child has problems using oxygen?

Call your child's doctor if your child has any problems using oxygen therapy. If your child has blue nails or lips, seems very tired, is breathing harder or has headaches, call right away. Also call your doctor if your child is drowsy and short of breath. These symptoms may mean a more severe problem.

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