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    9 months old and wet diapers
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    candomama posted:
    My 9 month old has been sick the last few weeks and recently he has been having dry diapers after like 5 or 6 hours is that ok? my doctor has not been worried about any of his symptoms., i just dont know if im being the paranoid mom or if i really do have something to worry about.
    He has been sleeping for 14 hrs at night and takes like 3-4 hr naps every diaper is either completely dry or full of diarrhea and the doctor does not seem to care... please help
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    Skyeandconnorsmom responded:
    Give him pedialyte or the store brand. He may be dehydrated. try the flavored pedialyte though, because they're sweeter and he'll be more likely to drink it willingly. just a suggestion


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