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    Aw, glad he got through the bloods ok. Good luck - I hope it all goes well!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    That's great that your DSs tests were clear. What a relief! We are very lucky to have a great paed, he's very thorough without being over the top. Whenever we see him we're there for at least 45min to an hour and I always feel happy with the outcome/plan. It is very scary but I'm hopeful that DS will be ok. He was such a trooper for his blood test today. He's such an amazing little boy!

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    I think he's getting sick again
    He was coughing last night in his sleep and threw up after a feed at 3:30am. Poor little guy, I'm so worried about him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    I think he's getting sick again
    He was coughing last night in his sleep and threw up after a feed at 3:30am. Poor little guy, I'm so worried about him.
    So awful when there is something going on but you're not sure what. Dors he have asthma?

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    My DS used to croup regularly, it was found that he had enlarged adenoids, once they were removed he hasn't had croup at all since. He is still a rather mucusy kid, runny nose and a chucky cough with a normal cold or hayfever but it's much better than what it used to be. I hope the pead can give you answers soon hugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    So awful when there is something going on but you're not sure what. Dors he have asthma?
    His paed doesn't think it's asthma at this stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cluky79 View Post
    My DS used to croup regularly, it was found that he had enlarged adenoids, once they were removed he hasn't had croup at all since. He is still a rather mucusy kid, runny nose and a chucky cough with a normal cold or hayfever but it's much better than what it used to be. I hope the pead can give you answers soon hugs
    Yeah adenoids was the original theory a few months ago but DS had surgery recently for an unrelated issue and the anesthetist didn't note anything unusual.

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    I am sitting in DSs room, rocking a very tired and half-asleep baby boy while he coughs like a pack-a-day smoker. If this develops into yet another bout of croup and/or bronchiolitis it will be the 6th freaking time he's had it!!!! He has literally just come out of this only days ago, and here we are again. I am exhausted, I can't sleep when he's like this. I am so upset that he's getting sick again and so worried that something serious is going on behind this constant illness.

    Sorry, just whinging

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    I am sitting in DSs room, rocking a very tired and half-asleep baby boy while he coughs like a pack-a-day smoker. If this develops into yet another bout of croup and/or bronchiolitis it will be the 6th freaking time he's had it!!!! He has literally just come out of this only days ago, and here we are again. I am exhausted, I can't sleep when he's like this. I am so upset that he's getting sick again and so worried that something serious is going on behind this constant illness.

    Sorry, just whinging
    Feel free to vent, that is what we are here for Have you seen the thread about waiting for a diagnosis? There are a few of us in similar situations.

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    Default Did your child have recurring croup and/or bronchiolitis?

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    Feel free to vent, that is what we are here for Have you seen the thread about waiting for a diagnosis? There are a few of us in similar situations.
    No I haven't - where is it?

    DSs cough is definitely croup again, we gave him predmix this morning but he was much worse this afternoon. We are keeping an eye on him and will take him to hospital if his breathing starts to struggle.

    This is shaping up to be the worst bout yet, not surprising really considering he never got a chance to fully recover from the last round. I think we're in for a long night.


 

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