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    Hi

    Sorry to spring you with this first thing in the morning, BUT Jett had had dihorrearish movements since wed last week. He has a normal movement then the next ones are gross.....
    I have an appointment for him this arvo (my drs are popular) he is still eating and stuff and doesnt seem upset but i didnt think teething could do this to him so much.. Is this right? He is 1 on saturday (23rd) and he goes to preschool 1 day a week (but didnt go last week coz of his pooping problem) and no one else seems to have weird movements..

    So my question is: is it gastro related or teething related?



    Thanks in advance.....

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    I don't know for sure, but I think if it was gastro they would all be like it, IYKWIM?

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    Thanks mystifying, thats what i thought BUT i am not too sure. Pre school wont let him go if he has dihorrea, but its not every one, and if he has more than 2 then he comes home.... Will be taking him to the drs @ 3 today.

    The reason i want him to go to pre school is because i need to try and organise our wedding etc... Pretty stressful when your preg, got a sick bubba and a toddler who has gone psychotic since he misplaced his 'teddy' for 2 weeks... he has it back finally now tho! YAY.

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    Jacks are liek this ATM!! and he just got 2 new teeth, he will have one very normal poop then the next is disgusting so I would say yes teething can do this

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    Thanks for your replies guys, i took him to the drs and he said that is wasnt gastro, it must be teeth. Couldnt find anything wrong with him at all, so i am glad thats all it is!

    I got a letter for preschool anyways!!

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