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My almost 6 year old started having watery diarrhea almost 7 days ago that was a beige and now its a pale color, one night he went so much it was really starting to look like water & it smells horrible! I know all poop stinks but it really smells BAD! He is still having diarrhea and will occasionally complain his stomach os cramping biy he has no other symptoms, no vomiting, no fever, nothing. One day last week he did come home with a mild fever (101.1) but it went away within hours of me noticing. I plan on calling his doctor tomorrow to make an appointment I just wanted to know if maybe anyone knew what was wrong. Thanks in advance!
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