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    Default should i take him to the hospital?

    All afternoon ds 13 weeks has been crying on and off but hysterical and inconsolable. Barely eating i took him to the doctor who said slightly sore nose and throut no temp. Hes in pain and im sure its his throut what should i do? I dont want to go just to be told hes fine. Just wish theyd listen to me.

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    can you call out an after hours doctor to get a second opinion and go from there.

    hope your little one is feeling better soon

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    If u honestly are worried i would take hin hope he gets better soon

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    If you feel you need to go, go!

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    Your instinct says go?

    Ten go!

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    Have you tried giving the health line a call?? Maybe they'd be able to tell you if it's worth heading into the hospital??

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    Never doubt your Mummy instincts honey!

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    I would go.

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    If your mothers instincts is saying something is wrong I would be taking him to the ER.

    Worst that can happen is they give you reassurance that he is ok.

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    I would also ring a health line.

    Have you given him any panadol etc?


 

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