3 A stomach bug is going around in one county...we'll get you through it in just a minute but first let's see what else is going around... At Healing Arts urgent care in St Johns County they said allergies are starting to drop off because oak pollen season is beginning to wind down. They said they're still treating a couple cases of flu which is usual for this time of year. They also said they're starting to see more water related injuries...like surfing injuries... A fish hook in the head... And also something we could all fall victim to, poison ivy. 3 UF Health Callahan Family Practice in Nassau County.. Upper respiratory infections... Bronchitis Ear infections Stomach flu... 3 UF Health Baymeadows family practice Rhinitis- common cold Sinus infections Ear infections In their pediatric patients.. Sinus infections Tonsillitis pink eye- very contagious 3 Last week we talked about how to treat a fever in a young child... This week another condition parents often deal with when it comes to their little ones...stomach bugs! They come on fast and need to be monitored closely to make sure they don't cause a bigger problem, dehydration. 3 00-0514-19Lawson: It's much more fun watching your kids play rather than fighting a stomach bug. Vomiting, diarrhea, and pure misery! Unfortunately it's this communal play that can cause the dreaded virus.Dr. Reetu Grewal: We see a quick onset vomiting and diarrhea it's quick and it's over usually 24 to 48 hours but it's very contagious and it spreads through daycares, schools. Lawson: Dr. Reetu Grewal with UF Health Baymeadows says the onset is so fast and resolves so quickly because most times your body is able to fight off the virus.But the concern comes if they get dehydrated. Lawson: Some of the signs of severe dehydration..crying with no tears, no wet diapers in 24 hours, and in very young babies a soft spot on the head that's sunken in. If you see these signs call the doctor immediately But to avoid problems you have to introduce liquids...carefully.Very small amounts and very slowly. If they're a little bit older you can do ice pops or ice chips because they can suck on it and keep their mouth moist, and if you're doing want to give them gatorade or pedialyte just a few sips at a time because if you're doing any more than that they're probably just going to throw it right back up. 3 You want to monitor this condition for 1 to 2 days and if you're still not able to keep anything down go see your doctor.