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    This happened to my DS around that time maybe a few months earlier.. DS wouldn't even soak 1 nappy during the whole day!! We took him to the hospital and waited 5 hours for him to pee only for them to say he's fine and give him a hydrolite ice block which he ended loving it sorted itself after a few days gradually going up to soaking 2 nappies now at 13 months he's peeing threw nappies in like 2-3 hours 😩😩😩 hope this helps!!

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    His eyes aren't sunken, and as far as I can tell, nor is his fontanel. His mouth is nice and wet this morning. He's been waking heaps, so I used the opportunity to feed him twice instead of once.

    Thank you all very much for the reassurance and advice! I've got some alternatives to try with him today, which makes me feel a lot better.

    I'm taking him to the GP today to check his throat and ears (I know it's probably just the teeth, but it will make me feel better). His nose is a little clearer today, too, which is nice!

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    Ears are fine. Throat is a little red, but to be expected since he's coughing. Still really snotty, but apparently feeling a little better. He's decided to increase both breastfeeds and solids today, and is drinking water with his meals again as well.

    Now, if his teeth could hurry on out and his nose could clear up, I might not have to get up 12 times a night to resettle him!

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