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    No stool sample, only urine and blood and both came back clear.

    The only other thing they did was a swab up his nose yesterday but still waiting for results.

    He is eating small amounts again (finally) and no more vomiting as yet, but he's still up and down he's definitely not back to normal yet, but I must say over the past day or so he's perked up more than he is down.

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    Oh poor bubba! Hope u get answers soon. Is he dehydrated?

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    He was a little but I don't think he is anymore, nappies feel heavier

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    Hopefully he is starting to feel a bit better..

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    Vomited again tonight, back at hospital again. They keep saying it's a virus but I'm scared that they r missing somwthinf

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    Vomited again tonight, back at hospital again. They keep saying it's a virus but I'm scared that they r missing somwthinf
    Demand a second opinion or further testing!

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    If he had gastro he can suddenly become allergic to dairy etc as all his belly hairs are damaged (I've forgotten the fancy name) how many months is he? Are you just BF? Give him some hydralyte just in case completely safe for babies

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Demand a second opinion or further testing!
    I don't really know what other tests they can do... They have done urine, bloods and a nasal swab and all has come back clear.

    They are doing another urine and blood tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    If he had gastro he can suddenly become allergic to dairy etc as all his belly hairs are damaged (I've forgotten the fancy name) how many months is he? Are you just BF? Give him some hydralyte just in case completely safe for babies
    He's 16 months. And yip, going hydralite already have been all week.

    He has cows milk but I've been avoiding it the past week until the doctor said if it's a virus, then dairy shouldn't affect him so just give him what he will eat to encourage him to eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    He's 16 months. And yip, going hydralite already have been all week.

    He has cows milk but I've been avoiding it the past week until the doctor said if it's a virus, then dairy shouldn't affect him so just give him what he will eat to encourage him to eat.
    As pp said poo sample!


 

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