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    JVlodarchyk posted:
    My son will be 1 in 2 days and he has a cough red eyes from rubbing and not sleeping well. I was wondering if there's anything I can do for him since we might not be able to see his doctor this week?
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    mom2aboy3 responded:
    for the cough you could use humidifire if its really bad use the steam from your shower to help clear it up so your lo can get some sleep also elevate his head when hes laying down this helps my lo get through his colds
    so with this said i see you posted this few days ago how is your lo feeling i hope better hope hes getting more sleep


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