If he was not at all unhappy and not coughing during the day and just had a clear runny nose I would probably send him.
It's always hard to know, and most of us can't just not go to work everytime bubs has a runny nose unfortunately!
The severity of the cough is what would be the deciding factor for me. My DS just had bronchiolitis (and two weeks off daycare) and it was horrible.
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26-04-2013 08:33 #12
It's so different for so many kids.
Usually, I keep DS home if it warrants a drs visit.
26-04-2013 11:45 #13Senior Member
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Thanks for all the advise I gave him some dimetapp when he got up which seem to clear up the nose a bit so I sent him but told them if he got worse to call straight away and I would go get him
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