it's been about 5 days and he still has diherea. he is hydrated, im always giving him juice. he stopped taking formula at night and only takes people milk. he eats alot of breads because i herd that helps, but still nothing is working. i did bring him to the ER and all they said is whatever im doing is working and then said i would prob have to wait over 2 hours to see an actual doctor. i also gave him pedialyte and he drank that no problem and also gatorade. it just worrys me. im a young (19) first time mother to twins and it's hard with my husband being a Marine and hardly ever home i just want to make sure my kids are healthy and dont want to seem like one of those hypocondratac mothers who think that cuz their kid got a paper cut they have to go to the ER ya no.View Thread
My 10 month old son started getting diherea yesterday when he was with the babysitter. then this morning after i got my husband off to work i went in the boys bedroom to check on them and he was throwing up all over his crib. so i bring him downstairs and he contiues to throw up every where. i gave him a bottle of formula, some crackers and pieces of my pizza crust, and a dose of tylenol. he stopped throwing up but he still has diherea and is whinning for no reason. i dont know if i should bring him to the hospital or if i should just wait it out. is there anything i can give him wether it be food or drink or gas ex, to stop the diherea?View Thread
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