My girlfriend's son has these symptoms. Has medicine and a nebulizer for albuterol. He wakes up worse then when he's been nebulized and cleaned up. Then he does ok. But mornings are bad. We have a camping trip with my whole family planned for tomorrow. It is on my uncles property so there is a house nearby and all the amenity's to take care of him. The nearest hospital is in Klamath falls , 40 miles away. I think we should be ok just take care of him and do all the necessary things. We could even stay in the house if necessary because he is only 8 months old. She's concerned that he is too sick. Does anybody have an opinion on this subject. It would be very appreciated. He will be ill no matter where he is and as long as we take care of him. I figured the great outdoors and fresh air might actually do him some good. Thanks for any comments!View Thread
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