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    12month having diaharrea
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    Vgirl28vb posted:
    My son has had diaharrea for the last week now. I have gave him pedilyte and he still has it. Should i take him to the doctor? I am making a appointment for tomorrow to see what is wrong with him.
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    sdadkin responded:
    You should definitely take him to the doctor to figure out what's going on. A week is a long time to have diarrhea. Babies can become dehydrated from it. I would take him to the dr asap!
     
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    jminer333 responded:
    So what did your doctor say?


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