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    Libraborn1989 posted:
    My 7 week old daughter has red spots around her neck and it smells a bit im not sure what i could do to help but i know it irratates her when i try and clean around her neck if i could get a little advice that would be awsome
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    Jackie03291 responded:
    Not sure, but you should take her to the doctor right away!
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    Does she spit up a lot? She might have a milk burn. Also, it could be an infection. I would get her an appointment to check it out since it smells.


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