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    First Time Dad w/ baby question
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    kmekash posted:
    I'm a first time dad and my daughter has green fluid discharging from her right eye. Is this something that I should be worried about or should I just keep an eye on it. My daughter is only 5 days old.
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    cshyronia responded:
    I have three children and i have never seen that. i would call my pediatrician immediately and see what they tell u. i know its sunday but they should have a answering service if not take baby to er
     
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    ssteinbuch0048 responded:
    I agree with the previous poster. You should put a call in to the doctor, or bring her in to be seen.
    Stacy (31), DH (32), DD-Paige Aspen (13), DD-Pearl Madison (11), DS-Alexander Gregory 2/21/11


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