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What is wrong with dd

(18 Posts)
Katgibbon Tue 27-Dec-16 15:06:24

Not eating
Mardy and moody
Stressed out
Drinking normal
Sleeping normal
Doctor booked for tomorrow
What could be wrong

OhWellNeverMindEh Tue 27-Dec-16 15:07:14

How old is she?

CloudPerson Tue 27-Dec-16 15:07:35

How old?
How are things at school?

Katgibbon Tue 27-Dec-16 15:07:53

2yr

oldbirdy Tue 27-Dec-16 15:08:55

Lots of children feel sore throats in their tummy, so throat infection? Have you had a look?

Katgibbon Tue 27-Dec-16 15:09:52

Yes there is no obvious signs of illness

Sirzy Tue 27-Dec-16 15:11:07

Too much Christmas?

LIZS Tue 27-Dec-16 15:11:29

Overtired?

Katgibbon Tue 27-Dec-16 15:11:50

She was like this last week

Katgibbon Tue 27-Dec-16 15:12:41

No she is sleeping well

CloudPerson Tue 27-Dec-16 15:18:36

Is she not eating at all, or just eating less than normal?
Possibly UTI? They seem to be quite non-specific and difficult to identify.

Katgibbon Tue 27-Dec-16 15:20:19

She will take one or two bites and then she won't eat anymore her urine seems normal and diluted

Enidblyton1 Tue 27-Dec-16 15:24:01

Teething?
Or maybe just a bit out of sorts due to change of routine over Christmas? She may have been sleeping well, but could still be feeling unsettled if missing the usual routine.

smEGGnogg Tue 27-Dec-16 15:27:31

My 4 yr old was the same the last 2 weeks of school. She'd sleep fine at night and would wake in a chipper mood but as the day went on she'd get clingy and be upset for no reason. Wasn't in pain or have any symptoms of illness, couldn't explain what was wrong. Late afternoon, she'd get lethargic and peaky looking then develop a temperature, refuse dinner and have to go to bed early. It was like that on repeat. She's alright now as if nothing was wrong.

insancerre Tue 27-Dec-16 15:32:47

Has she had chicken pox?
Children are often a little out of sorts for a week or so before the spots appear

Or she could be incubating any other viral infection

emummy Tue 27-Dec-16 15:33:39

Growing? 2 of my dcs used to go pale, tired, unwell looking for a few weeks, then suddenly perk up and I'd find they'd grown. Ds did this last month, had grown an inch. He also used to be like that when constipated

Yesitsmeagain Wed 28-Dec-16 08:09:41

My DS suffered with chronic constipation all his toddlerhood. Would be the same, say he's hungry then not eat and just be in a really bad, whiney mood.

NormaSmuff Wed 28-Dec-16 08:11:37

sore throat? sore tongue?

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