Should i take her to docs..?

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  1. oOKayOo

    oOKayOo Well-Known Member

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    I said in another post how Carly has lost her voice and she was faking it..
    Well its actaully gone for real now , should i take her to the docs?
    I cant find anything on google and nobody seems to know.

    She is perfectly fine in herself .. just no voice?

    What should i do ?
     
  2. lady3

    lady3 Well-Known Member

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    could it be laryngitis (sp)? It can be quite common especially if a baby has just had a cold or is screaming loudly (like when they're trying to find their voices). If she seems fine and no fever, I would say to just keep an eye on it. Does she have a cough or does her throat seem sore?
     
  3. oOKayOo

    oOKayOo Well-Known Member

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    Carly is 3 and talks non stop 24/7.
    She has no cough, fever nothing.
    It just came on one afternoon and then today its gone, never had this before so im pretty clueless!
     
  4. sabby52

    sabby52 Mother, Nanny

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    It sounds like she is fine, but hun if you are concerned in any way take her to the docs, Dan lost his voice a couple of times, once because of a simple cold, once because of an infection and once because he was shouting to much at a football match. How is she with eating??
     
  5. oOKayOo

    oOKayOo Well-Known Member

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    Fine , eats everything lol.
    There is nothing that has changed , just her voice.
    I spect it will dissappear over the weekend :)
     

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