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Many children with lead poisoning have no symptoms. But even low-level lead exposure can lead to learning and behavior problems, like trouble paying attention. Symptoms of lead poisoning include: Rarely, very high lead levels can cause confusion, seizures, coma, and death.What are the signs of lead poisoning in children?
Lead affects the development of the brain and nervous system. High-dose lead exposure may not cause symptoms right away, but when they do appear, they can be severe. The most common signs and symptoms of lead poisoning in children include: Abdominal pain. Vomiting.