When visiting a doctor, be sure to bring along a sample of the children's urine or stool if they have a strange odor, or if they have unexplained bleeding in the mouth or on the cheeks. You may also need to have them tested for certain diseases, such as leukemia.

* Blood in the stool or urine is usually caused by bacteria. Sometimes the presence of blood in the stool can be a sign of kidney infections.* If your child has ever suffered from a broken bone, this may cause bleeding.

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Call your doctor if you suspect that something is the matter. Sometimes the problem can be cleared up in the emergency room. *Blood in the urine is usually caused by an infection in the kidneys. It is possible for small amounts of blood to be present in the urine of some people, but it should not be considered a health risk. If the blood is blood-red or has a strong odor, you should call the doctor.

*Unusual bruising or soreness in the throat or chest is usually caused by bronchitis. Bronchitis occurs when the body's protective mucus has not been able to fight bacteria that have invaded the lung. If the disease is severe, it can lead to serious health problems, including pneumonia, a build up of mucus in the airway, breathing difficulties and coughing. *A simple cold is not usually cause for concern. Although if your child has a fever and chills, it is important to call the doctor as they may be signs of more serious problems.

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