My 13-year-old daughter has been experiencing some seemingly unrelated and unexplainable symptoms. After an outbreak of whooping cough in her school she began to cough. We gave her the medication though her cough did not seem to be of that origination. Next we noticed that she has been "zoning out", sort of like she sees things but does not take them in, or at least doesn't remember them. Also, recently she has felt as though she has to urinate often but when she goes to the bathroom she does not. So far we have no lead on the symptoms and I was hoping that someone would be able to help here. Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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