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    Thanks everyone. Df's taken him down to the medical centre again now... They'll send him on to hospy if needed. They are generally pretty good if you explain it was here or hospy will see him next rather than waiting.

    Thanks again. We have had many issues with this with ds1. We both have asthma so chances are... I think df was a lil apprehensive because ds2 has been admitted to hospy in the last two weeks (unrelated)... When it rains it pours!

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    Yep, I'd be off to the hospital. In my books it's far better to be safe than sorry with little ones.
    Hope he's ok .

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    Any update OP? Hope everything is OK!

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    Not sure where you are but I would call health direct.

    1800 022 222, and speak to a nurse.

    http://www.healthdirect.org.au/healt...th-advice-line

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    They're at the hospy now.He's been assessed by the nurses who have put him as urgent so shouldnt be too much longer. thankyou! will update when we know

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmy2b View Post
    They're at the hospy now.He's been assessed by the nurses who have put him as urgent so shouldnt be too much longer. thankyou! will update when we know

    That's good, he will be better in no time!

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    how is he now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianolady View Post
    how is he now?
    He is alright thankyou. On redipred so the breathing has got a lot better. Though I've just noticed he's broken out in a rash all up his arms and legs... Never ending!

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    hi, the breathing is most important, the rash could be just a reaction to the abs. The rash should be checked, but it is good you are at the hospital. They can manage everything there. I hope your little one is better qucikly. Marie.

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    Hope he's feeling better...


 

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