When should I call the doctor about my baby's diarrhea?

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Call your doctor if your child refuses to drink fluids, the diarrhea contains blood or excessive mucus, your child has fewer wet diapers than usual, there is associated vomiting or fever, the diarrhea lasts for more than 1 week, or there are more than 8 stools per day.
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