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... my 18 month old son has really bad diarrhea. What can i do? ... (4 replies)
Diarrhea problem
Nov 30, 2007
... e put our kids on lactose free milk for a week or so after diarrhea. I remember thinking my daughter was fine, so we started her on milk again, only to have the diarrhea start back up. The lactose free really helped. ... (7 replies)
... When my daughter had diarrhea our pedi told us to keep her very hydrated but to stay away from the juices. ... (4 replies)

... Oh shoot.... one more last thing.... until the diarrhea goes away, he needs to not have raisins! Also, no milk or any other dairy for 48 hours after his last bout of diarrhea. ... (1 replies)
... I am writing in concern for my nephew. Basicaly, he has been "ill" for 3 weeks on and off. 3 weeks ago, he broke out in some minor hives. He was taken to the urgent care, and was told he had a mild temp. and that he must have a viral infection his body is reacting to. Told to give him steroid and tylenol to break the fever. Well, on and off for the next week and a... (1 replies)
... As far as the diarrhea goes, the previous posters are spot on. The BRAT diet works best...NO DAIRY!!! ... (4 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about all of that. I hope the heart murmur is innocent and turns out to be nothing. Same with the undescended testicle. As for the milk, has he had you stop using milk while waiting to see the allergist? Symptoms to an allergic reaction can change and get more or less severe over time. Diarrhea, or any kind of GI distress, is a symptom of a food allergy.... (3 replies)
... If he doesn't like pedialyte, because my daughter hates it, you can give him gatorade too to help keep him hydrated. I hope he feels better soon! (4 replies)
... Be sure to keep him hydrated. Lots of Pedialyte and water. Make sure he is not getting dehydrated. That is the biggest risk to little ones. They can dehydrate much faster than adults and the consequences are worse. Take him to his doctor if you haven't already. Better safe than sorry. I have found that for the resulting diaper rash, anything lavender based helps a... (4 replies)

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