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hi i have a two year old daughter, does anyone else have issues with there children that when they get sick there sick but then when you take them to the dr. or the er they seem fine so it just makes you look like an idiot lol i dont know when i should take her or when i shouldnt if you know what i mean.

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yeah, esp will Medicaid doctors. What kind of sickness does she have? My son had to go to a few different doc's before they realize he had to have his tonsils and adenoids removed and tubes put in his ears...all the tons of antibiotics weren't working. and now we finally found out he has seasonal allergies and has to stay on Singular and a nose spray through the season.

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well i was a stay at home mom for about a year and now she goes to daycare so i guess that could be what the cause of it is because i noticed that when she was home for that year she barely got sick. so thank you very much


Quoting Kristen:

Does it happen seasonly? My daughter gets a clear runny nose fall and spring...summer is the only time she is allergy free, and the winter is just colds. Is it hindering her at all? Or is she in preschool or daycare? I hear daycare children are sick all the time. Also, I read that kids can get up to 9 colds a year. Builds their immune system I suppose. If she is breathing fun with out a croupy cough she may be fine, but you could always see an alergist.


 

Kristen - posted on 09/12/2009

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Does it happen seasonly? My daughter gets a clear runny nose fall and spring...summer is the only time she is allergy free, and the winter is just colds. Is it hindering her at all? Or is she in preschool or daycare? I hear daycare children are sick all the time. Also, I read that kids can get up to 9 colds a year. Builds their immune system I suppose. If she is breathing fun with out a croupy cough she may be fine, but you could always see an alergist.

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well my daughter was getting sick like over and over again, and it was clear liqued with mucas in it and it really concerned me so we took showers and took her to the er and well she was just fine so i dont get it lol


Quoting Kristen:

Most of the time if the fever isn't over 103, or they didn't just get a gooseegg on their noggin, or break their leg, then I don't bother with doctors or the ER. Kids are resilant! My daugher had 105 fever so I rushed her to the ER where they gave her some tylenol up her behind and then 5 minutes later no fever. The best way for children to get over the illness is common remedies like rest, OJ, chicken soup, and love.


 

Kristen - posted on 09/12/2009

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Most of the time if the fever isn't over 103, or they didn't just get a gooseegg on their noggin, or break their leg, then I don't bother with doctors or the ER. Kids are resilant! My daugher had 105 fever so I rushed her to the ER where they gave her some tylenol up her behind and then 5 minutes later no fever. The best way for children to get over the illness is common remedies like rest, OJ, chicken soup, and love.

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