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Suddenly hoarse DD-2.11 yrs

(10 Posts)
FlyMeToDunoon Fri 14-Aug-09 16:41:46

No other symptoms just had a squeaky voice for about a week now.
Should I be worried?

FlyMeToDunoon Fri 14-Aug-09 19:39:41

bump.

FlyMeToDunoon Sat 15-Aug-09 13:47:44

So absolutely nothing to worry about then?

meep Sat 15-Aug-09 13:53:21

dd1 has had this - squeaky voice for about 1.5 days - cough came next and minimal snot - also food refusal

Hope your dd gets better soon

ScarletBear Sat 15-Aug-09 13:56:11

Perhpas a trip to the GP if it persists - could he have a sore throat, or is he getting over a cold?
Sorry I couldn't be of more help!

FlyMeToDunoon Sat 15-Aug-09 14:02:27

ok thanks I'm going to do what I usually do and ignore it. She isn't in pain and no snot is appearing yet.Just wondered if anyone else had had it and gone on to develop something nasty.

Jojay Sat 15-Aug-09 14:05:37

My 9 month old DS2 lost his voice this week. He had a cold first then the voice went.

I think his throat was a bit sore for a day or two as he would cough then cry immediately after, and was a bit grumpy generally, but he's on the mend now

FlyMeToDunoon Sat 15-Aug-09 14:14:51

Jojay I'm glad DS is on the mend.
DD has no other symptoms.

PixieOnaLeaf Sat 15-Aug-09 18:28:25

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meep Sun 16-Aug-09 07:59:04

definitely something going about - I have just lost my voice and so has dd2

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