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    If he's still coughing till he vomits I wouldn't be waiting I would be going to ED now. he must be feeling miserable and tired from not getting enough rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maco View Post
    If he's still coughing till he vomits I wouldn't be waiting I would be going to ED now. he must be feeling miserable and tired from not getting enough rest.
    He's vomited once. He had eaten quite a bit (first time he's eaten a lot in a few days) and then started to cough. The amount he ate I don't think would of taken much unfortunately. Yes he is miserable. I am doing what I think is right though.. If I feel he is so bad he needs a hospital I will take him. We are all tired and I'm trying to help him out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    He's vomited once. He had eaten quite a bit (first time he's eaten a lot in a few days) and then started to cough. The amount he ate I don't think would of taken much unfortunately. Yes he is miserable. I am doing what I think is right though.. If I feel he is so bad he needs a hospital I will take him. We are all tired and I'm trying to help him out.
    Ok sorry if I upset you it wasn't my intention. I have a child with asthma and is currently sick with an asthma attack so I'm sensitive to it. You do what you think is right but I don't think his symptoms are "normal" he needs some sort of relief as do you

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    Quote Originally Posted by maco View Post
    Ok sorry if I upset you it wasn't my intention. I have a child with asthma and is currently sick with an asthma attack so I'm sensitive to it. You do what you think is right but I don't think his symptoms are "normal" he needs some sort of relief as do you
    I'm sorry I think I sounded snappy which I didn't intend to. So very tired. DF is on his way home and gonna decide what to do. I'm feeling a bit panicked I don't think his symptoms are normal either. He's a bit worse this morning.

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    Sounds very much like my almost 2 year old DD who gets "viral asthma" (that's what the Paed called it). Completely fine when well, gets respiratory symptoms when sick with a virus.
    She's just getting over another bout, but now we start flixotide at the first sign of a runny nose, use ventolin 4-6 puffs as needed, plus prednisolone liquid if required. I jumped on it straight away this time & she's only needed ventolin morning/night this time.
    The 2 times we've taken her to hospital the triage nurse has taken 1 look at her respiratory rate and sent her straight in to the ED. So don't feel silly about taking him in if you need to!

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    Thank you for your response. We've taken him to hospital. We are waiting. He's having an ice block at the moment. He started coughing and started choking and couldn't keep any fluids down so we thought be safe and bring him in.

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    How is he doing? Poor little guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thank you for your response. We've taken him to hospital. We are waiting. He's having an ice block at the moment. He started coughing and started choking and couldn't keep any fluids down so we thought be safe and bring him in.
    I hope your little guy is feeling better!

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    Thank you xo

    We are staying in hospital. He's a bit wheezy and on oxygen now. His levels are a little lower than they want. DS is exhausted and sore. He hasn't slept today and he hasn't eaten and barely had anything to drink. He is in good spirits (when he's in the playroom or garden) just hoping he falls asleep now, he hates the oxygen prongs.
    Thank you everyone for your help. I do feel I could of come to hospital earlier but at the same time I'm not kicking myself. So now for a long night and hopefully only the one night but now with the oxygen I'm not sure it will be quickly out of here but he's in the best place.
    Thank you again xo

    The doctors seem hesitant to say asthma but also aren't 100% sure it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thank you xo

    We are staying in hospital. He's a bit wheezy and on oxygen now. His levels are a little lower than they want. DS is exhausted and sore. He hasn't slept today and he hasn't eaten and barely had anything to drink. He is in good spirits (when he's in the playroom or garden) just hoping he falls asleep now, he hates the oxygen prongs.
    Thank you everyone for your help. I do feel I could of come to hospital earlier but at the same time I'm not kicking myself. So now for a long night and hopefully only the one night but now with the oxygen I'm not sure it will be quickly out of here but he's in the best place.
    Thank you again xo

    The doctors seem hesitant to say asthma but also aren't 100% sure it is.
    Bless, Hope he gets well soon & you can all get some rest X


 

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