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    XaviersDaddy posted:
    My son is two years three months and has hardly been sick at all. Bout three weeks ago he got sick and took him to the doc. well he just had a cold and the doc gave him some antibiotics. He took them till they was gone and was ok. well outa nowhere the last three days hes been acting sick, has had thick green snot and puffy red eyes that are secreating what I just thought was some eye buggers well needless to say the eye buggers went from in the corners when he wakes up to allmost all the way accross his eyes allmost matting them shut. So till I can get him in to the doc on tuesday can anyone shed some light my way plz?
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