my 2 yr old son has a fever and swollon tonsils and gland.i took him a+e in the aftenoon and they sent him home with high temp and told me to come back if it gets higher. when he sleeps he stops breathing and i have to wake him up to make him breath .Hes ok now playing what should i do?
For the situations when you are separate from your child the Limiko.pl application was created. Whenever you're not sure if everything is ok with your baby you can always contact your doctor via Limiko.pl.
In fact it was created for diabetes so it is specified for quick and successfull contact so to keep your baby safe.
Limiko.pl is a new way for a parent to be closer both to a child but also to a doctor.
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