Almost 2 weeks ago my son had a cold to where he was congested really bad. He got over than with no problem but now when he poops it's mucus. It's so bad that he has developed a diaper rash and his little hiney bleeds everyonce in a while. About a week ago every night for about 4 time he would throw up. He didn't have a fever or acted any different that normal. He would just throw up then go about his business. Now the last 3 morning he's been doing that but it smells aweful and is kind of redish. We haven't changed his diet nor has he got into anything. He wakes up only to throw up. He acts like he feels bad but then about an hour later he's fine. We took him to the ER yesterday morning because he would not stop. He was dry heaving and still doing it this morning. They only gave him something for nausea then sent us on our way. I'm worried and would like some kind of answers. What should I do about the diahhrea and weird vomiting?View Thread
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