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Make sure they are getting plenty of fluids. We did a lot of applesauce and yogurt and also picked up a Probiotic to mix in with those items. It helped! I did call the nurse line and got input from them and the signs to watch for.

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Most children with roseola develop a mild upper respiratory illness, followed by a high fever (often higher than 103°F or 39.5°C) for up to a week. During this time, a child might be fussy or irritable, not eat as much as usual, and may have swollen lymph nodes (glands) in the neck.

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Kids with a rotavirus have fever, nausea, and vomiting, often followed by abdominal cramps and frequent, watery diarrhea. Kids may also have a cough and runny nose. As with all viruses, though, some rotavirus infections cause few or no symptoms, especially in adults.

An infant or toddler who becom…

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