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10&1/2 months old, recently weaned .. Can low fever and teething cause lack of urination and constipation. ? Hasn't had a wet diaper in over 8 hours

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Dr. Jeannine Weiss
Dentistry - Pediatric
1 doctor agrees

In brief: MD visit required

Your child sound dehydrated, and this can lead to a more serious situation.
You should bring the child to the pediatrician to rule out any additional issues. Lack of fluids is a significant issue for all children. If you are unable to reach your pediatrician, your safest bet is the pediatric er.

In brief: MD visit required

Your child sound dehydrated, and this can lead to a more serious situation.
You should bring the child to the pediatrician to rule out any additional issues. Lack of fluids is a significant issue for all children. If you are unable to reach your pediatrician, your safest bet is the pediatric er.
Dr. Jeannine Weiss
Dr. Jeannine Weiss
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Dr. Rena Kravitz
Dentistry - Pediatric
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not really

My concern is that the baby is not getting enough fluids.
If you are sure he has not wet his diaper in 8 hours ( it may be hard to tell with the new super absorbent diapers) , i would suggest calling his doctor.

In brief: Not really

My concern is that the baby is not getting enough fluids.
If you are sure he has not wet his diaper in 8 hours ( it may be hard to tell with the new super absorbent diapers) , i would suggest calling his doctor.
Dr. Rena Kravitz
Dr. Rena Kravitz
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Dr. Sami Latif
Dentistry

In brief: Dehydration

Teething should not be directly the reason for lack of urinations , it's possible he did not eat or drank any thing , that leads to dehydrating child , .

In brief: Dehydration

Teething should not be directly the reason for lack of urinations , it's possible he did not eat or drank any thing , that leads to dehydrating child , .
Dr. Sami Latif
Dr. Sami Latif
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