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I agree with Fatherjack, i dont understand how a doctor can say your child is so cold they'd go blue unless you've had him outside all day in just a nappy!
I dont know if you have more than one GP at your surgery, if so i would call and say you're not happy and want a second opinion. If not then is it possible for you to change doctors? If not, i think i'd be tempted to make a complaint, as someone needs to look in to exactly why this is happening and stop fobbing you off!
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Michael was blue when he was tiny and always cold, the drs told us to put a hat on him that didnt make any difference. But he would easily come down with infections so quickly. He still gets cold now but not blue hes 6 years of age, but still suffers with infections easily. I would definately tell your childs specialist next time you go and get them to explain in more detail why hes like this.
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Yeah I don't get it. I mean surely if your house is like a sauna then he can't be cold. I agree with the others get a second opinion. Did your consultant get back to you yet?
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shes just got bk to me now x she doesnt think hes cold and that he has cyanosis n its just 1 of them things but wen it does it again 2 phone comm nurses.
Heart my 2 boys so much
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Make sure you pass that info on to the GP...... in writing via the paractice manager so that they all know you were fobbed off Dodgy


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