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    2 year old with cold,cough, and slight fever?
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    mommyflower7 posted:
    hello everyone...

    my DS started having slight fevers since thursday and the wierd thing was that they only happened at around 4:30 am! then the whole day he would be ok. well saturday he was fine no fevers at all but monday he started having his cold symptoms. he actually seems worse because he developed a cough that sounds pretty bad but it isnt constant just here and there. also he does seem to have an elevated temp i will be checking it in a bit but it doesnt seem too bad....any who bottom line is i get worried really easy so i just wanted some advice on the whole situation. can it just be the common cold?
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