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Constant thick, green mucus in nose since change of place. Serious?

a close friend moved from new mexico to ct last june, since then her three year old daugther has had thick green mucus coming from nose constantly, she says its normal for her child, but my house had been sick since she came home Also I run a home daycare, should I allow her to come everyday with this kind of congestion
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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this is not normal
this is caused by ilk we add after the breast milk
child needs only breast milk and as we add milk as it is animal protein it isnot competible with humns it can cause this
but the thing is it is not normal you have to find out cause and treat according to doctor advise after consultation with specialist
it an cause problem to other children as children have low immunity and can carry virus from othr children discharge
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