Hand foot and mouth sprung to mind for me too but usually you would get a high temp? Def get checked by a GP asap.
@twinklify it's not necessarily a low temp. My DS has a normal temp between 35.8-36.0 and always has.
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30-11-2015 11:50 #11
30-11-2015 11:54 #12
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This was DS' foot when he had hand, foot and mouth. He did have a temp but my DD didn't when she had it so I think it can vary.
Worth a GP visit definitely OP!
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30-11-2015 12:03 #14
Thanks everyone. Off to the dr now.
30-11-2015 13:49 #15
So dr has no idea and said to just keep an eye on it for 48 hours. She's feeding and temp is ok so I'll just see what happens. Thanks everyone!
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