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Croup and diarrhoea

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amazingmumof6 Fri 16-Nov-12 00:01:26

if you are worried take him to A&E, he can get dehydrated quickly.
don't hesitate, hopefully it's nothing serious, but better get him checked. listen to gut instinct above all else!

cakefan Thu 15-Nov-12 13:12:58

My 15 month old had an attack of croup 4 days ago and has been unwell with chesty cough, raised temperature, exhaustion and lack of appetite since. Today he has started to have green diarrhoea. Is this normal? He doesn't seem to be getting better and is really miserable.

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