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First day back to school tomorrow and DS been sick

(9 Posts)
SoapAlert Sun 04-Sep-16 22:13:17

I will keep him off if he is not feeling better of course, but if he dies feel better, would you keep him off anyway?

LifeIsGoodish Sun 04-Sep-16 22:16:33

48h from last vomit or diarrhoea.

(Unless you know for sure that he chucked from something non-illness, travel sickness or nerves, for example.)

Gileswithachainsaw Sun 04-Sep-16 22:17:08

Yes he has to stay off I'm afraid. Look at it this way it's far more likely to remain a one off if he's not running round like a loon with his friends.

Annoying though as dd2s are usually one offs...

Hope he feels better soon flowers

Haudyerwheesht Sun 04-Sep-16 22:18:35

48h from a vomit

bibbitybobbityyhat Sun 04-Sep-16 22:20:39

Keep him off.

My kids were/sometimes still are world champions at being ill just before the return to school after holidays. Pesky blighters.

Mausageandsash Sun 04-Sep-16 22:24:36

Do you know what the reason was? If he wasn't ill I'd send him in but you'll have to keep him for 48 hrs if a bug. Hope he feels better soonflowers

SoapAlert Sun 04-Sep-16 23:10:55

I don't think it was anything he ate. His auntie has been ill recently so perhaps he caught it off her.

I will keep him off for 48 hours as recommended. I won't be thanked for starting off the sickness rounds!

Witchend Sun 04-Sep-16 23:48:17

Ds is hoping this happens to him hmm

With dd2 I wouldn't keep off unless she was sick more than once (with school's agreement) as it would most likely be her anxiety effecting her tummy.

With the others I would keep off.

Dickorydockwhatthe Mon 05-Sep-16 11:46:43

Feel your pain ds has been sick second day of starting secondary grrrr

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