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I think my 4 year old DD may have a wee infection

(6 Posts)
NAB3 Fri 07-Sep-07 13:08:44

What do I do? TIA.

MamaG Fri 07-Sep-07 13:51:19

I know that cranberry juice is good for adults, but I'd take her to the docs (with a sample) as if left untreated, tehn can lead to kidney infections

NAB3 Fri 07-Sep-07 13:53:27

She is now saying it doesn't hurt but I will keep an eye on her. She has said before her bottom hurts but there was nothing there.

MamaG Fri 07-Sep-07 13:54:28

When my DD had one, she complained of pain when weeing, she was hot and she needed to a lot more than usual - if your DD now says she's ok, hopefully it was just a one off

NAB3 Fri 07-Sep-07 14:02:20

Trouble with DD is she can go all day and just wee once or twice. She has been dry for the last 3 nights after getting up between 7-9pm to do a wee. Watching 102 Dalmatians at the moment.

MamaG Fri 07-Sep-07 14:05:53

I wouldn't panic then

If she HAS got one, you'll realise it over the next day or two, AFAIK you have to have an untreated infectino for ages before it affects your kidneys

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