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    My 4 1/2 month old has diarrhea(sp) but is not dehydrated.
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    merbearz posted:
    It's just in the morning and at night. He only drinks formula and the diarrhea isn't making him sluggish. I was gonna take him to the doctor yesterday but it seemed to be getting better, but today I realized it's not and urgent care closed @ 9 p.m.I called them and the told me symptoms of dehydration and he doesn't have them.. I thought it would run it's course but this makes day 3 and it hasn't ran it's course.Should I take him to emergency room?
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    jodym72 responded:
    would just to make sure everything is ok cause he could have any number of stomack problems or it could be that you need to change the milk he drinks
     
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    merbearz replied to jodym72's response:
    Ok. I will.


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