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    Default Swimming lessons after being sick

    Ds is 3yrs old, he had a cold symptoms last Tue/Wed and a temp Wednesday pm. Friday a cough started and Saturday he needed antibiotics for a chest infection.
    Today is day 5 of antibiotics, he seems happy and normal however still has a bit of a chesty cough.
    It will be around 16 degrees when we go swimming and although the pool is indoor it is a touch fresh when they first jump in.
    I'm not really sure if taking him will make him worse or it should be ok?

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    I'd probably play it safe and not take him.

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    I would take him if he seems well. I would just rug him up before and after

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    I wouldn't take him. It will probably be cold hopping out of the pool to get dressed which could bring the cough straight back.

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    I'd skip the lesson today.

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    I would skip it too

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    I wouldn't take him.

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    I wouldn't if he's still recovering from a chest infection. Tail end of a mild cold maybe, but not an infection.

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    I rang to cancel and it turned out that they were about to call me because the instructor was sick and the lesson was canceled!


 

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