dd is suddenly having some blood in her stool after over a year of "good poop". She has also been sick -- runny nose, slight fever and diarrhea. I am wondering if the blood is necessarily a sign of something in her diet that is causing an issue for her, or if it could be related to her current illness. I don't recall adding anything new to her diet nor mine...
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