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    Default ds & sore bum

    My 5yo ds woke up tonight saying he had a sore bum.

    i sent him to the toilet... nothing!
    i gave him some panadol and metamucil (on doctors advice when he is constipated)
    and put him back to bed.
    he started to cry saying it really hurt...
    anybody know what this could possibly be???
    tia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huni&Coco View Post
    My 5yo ds woke up tonight saying he had a sore bum.

    i sent him to the toilet... nothing!
    i gave him some panadol and metamucil (on doctors advice when he is constipated)
    and put him back to bed.
    he started to cry saying it really hurt...
    anybody know what this could possibly be???
    tia
    Worms. They come out at night. Treatable with combantrim chocolate squares and a washing of sheets/clothes etc.

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    Maybe he has worms and doesn't wasn't to say he's itchy? Or it could be that he has a bruised tailbone or muscles from falling over at some point. Could be that he's stuck something in there. Kids do weird stuff like that.
    Ummm... Trying tip think of anything else it could be... Does he always sit a certain way? He might have pulled a muscle.

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    I don't really have much to add but am interested as DS does complain about a sore belly and itchy bottom so maybe I am missing something. Sorry your DS doesn't feel well.


 

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