Earlier this week my son, 21 months, was hospitalized for dehydration caused by a severe E. coli bacterial infection. We are home now and I am wondering if anyone who has experienced this will please share what worked in terms of nursing your little one back to health. Also anyone with info on how to repair damage to the lining of the intestines, please please share. Thanks in advance for your time.
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