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2 yr old started with Croup, advised liquid steroid, no fevers, sleeping all time. Worried ?

My two year old started with Croup on Sunday but had no fever, by Monday early day he wouldn t eat and barely drank anything. I took him back to the doctor on Teusday and they said it was a cold which was flaring up his Asthma and gave him a liquid steriod and told me to continue his breathing treatments every four hours. He doesn t have a fever but since yesterday afternoon all he is doing is sleeping all the time. Should I take him back to his doctor ?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Its better to take him back to the doctor.

It might because he din`t drink or eat anything- he must be tired and sleepy.
If he has been prescribed some anti-histamines like Benadryl too- he must be drowsy because of that.
Hope his breathing difficulty is better now.

But its better to see your Doctor again, get him examined fully and do accordingly.
Wish your son a speedy recovery.
Answered: Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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