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    My 14 week old has been inconsolable for the past hour and a half. This is NOT normal for her.
    She doesn't have a temp. For the past few weeks has only been having half her bottles, if that, but more frequently. She has runny poos always has.
    I have no idea what to do I don't know if something is wrong or what to do, but this isn't normal do I take her to emergency? Or just a doctor?

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    Could she be teething? My daughter got teeth at 3.5 months and my son looks like he's getting some through now and he is 3.5 months.

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    Why don't you ring Health Direct for their advice. They can assess her over the phone and let u know whether to go to hospital or not. Free service 24/7, you get to speak to an RN straight off
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    Sounds like an intolerance wouldn't waste my time at hospital instead try to find a paed that specialises in that field.

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    Thanks ManekiNeko, I think its about time I do, none of the doctors I have seen have taken me seriously and I gave up coz she seemed to get better.

    FWIW she has fallen asleep on me, finally.

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    I'd get her tested for Coeliac disease. My DS was just like that when he was born - always crying, always unhappy, always runny poos. I was told reflux, lactose intolerance etc. But now (he is now 16 months old) he is seeing a Paed GI - who thinks it is probably coeliac. He is going for an endo in 2 weeks. Its a fairly common auto immune disease 1 in 133 - but 80% of people in Australia will never be diagnosed. Its very hard to pick up because medical professionals just don't look for it - unless they are specialists.


 

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