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    Child Diareha
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    larrisa8 posted:
    Ok I have a question for anyone that can maybe give me some advice. My son has had a stomach ache one and off for 4 days and diareha. Has anyone heard about anything flu like bug going around? Also Should I take him in to see a dr or just keep pushing fluids with him?? Please let me know what you all think. Thank you!
     
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello larrisa8 -

    I am sorry your little guy has not been feeling well. Unfortunately, without knowing his medical history or if a bug is in your area this is difficult to answer.

    Please contact his doctor to have this evaluated. In the meantime, this article may be helpful - Diarrhea, Age 11 and Younger .

    Hoping he feels better soon, let us know what you find out,
    Elizabeth


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