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Just doesn't "right" to you Greenish nasal discharge White patches in mouth Severe rash or blisters Yellowish or orange-hued skin and eyes Persistent lethargy When to Call Your Pediatrician Frequent, inconsolable crying or fussiness, or a high-pitched cry Blood in urine or stool Repeated watery, foul-smelling stool Vomiting more than once or forceful vomiting Difficulty breathing Fever of more than 100.2 degrees F Most new parent are constantly tempted to call their baby's doctor. When in doubt, do. Never hesitate to pick up the phone if you notice the following When to Call Your Pediatrician