i had to pick my three year old daughtor up from school today because she keep falling asleep and they didnt know what was wrong she ate the went back to sleep walked to the bathroom ame back and went back to sleep what could be wrong with her?
There are many thing that could be wrong. There are a few questions that need to be answered before anyone can make a judgement about this, such as...has she ever done this before? Did she sleep well the night before, or has her sleep rhythym been disrupted? Does she have allergies that would cause this? The point I am trying to make is that the only one who can make a diagnosis is a doctor. I suggest that if this happens again (I am assuming this is the first time), see her pediatrician immediatly. Sorry, but that is the best I have to offer you.
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