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grannytrain posted:
My 9 year old granddaughter had this same thing. She goes to the doctor once a week to have medication applied to it, which is a little uncomfortable at first. In two months it was gone. Go find a doctor who knows about this problems and treats it instead of wishing it away. Good Luck.
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