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    BdBabygirl posted:
    Okay both my daughters i think are sick but i dont know. My youngest is going to be 9 months the 5th of this month and her nose is running and shes got a loose cough. She sometimes gets a fever.Shes cranky. Could it be teething or is she sick and with what?
    My oldest is gonna be 2 years old next month and she has a runny nose and a cough too. Very cranky too. Sometimes has fever too.
    Me i feel like i could keep eatting none stop. Ill eat a full meal and still feel hungry. I was 116 pounds but im down to 94-98 pounds when i eat not to long after i have to poop. Some times can be runny but mostly its firm. I just cant stop eating. I ve gotten to where i make myself sick eating so much but ill still be hungry. What should i do?
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    kay_kay75 responded:
    I think you all need to go to the doctor, it sounds like something is going on, if you have lost all of that weight and can't seem to get full you may have a parasite in your system as well as your girls. Make an appointment ASAP


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