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Nasal discharge, cough, green phlegm, body slightly warm . On drops for pink eye, no relief. Due to allergies?

My son (21months) has had a runny nose/ cough for a good month now. We thought it was allergies as it was clear out of the nose. A week ago he ended up with green out of his eyes and nose..I brought him in and they have me drops for pink eye. We did the 2 drops 3 times a day for 3 days like the doc said.. However he still has the gunk and cough/nose thing has not gone away. any other ideas? He has felt warm but has not had a fever
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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THE CHILD NOT TOLERATE EXTRA MILK AS THE CHILD NEEDS BREAST MILK FOR 2 YEARS AND AFTER THAT NO MILK
IN MANY CHILDREN THE DISEASES STARTS AFTER WE ADD MLK AND DIARY
SO WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY ADD OTHER FOOD LIKE VEGETABLES CEREALS AND FRUIT AND WAT TILL HE PASSES SOME AGE
MILK PROTEINS ARE ANIMAL PROTEIN AND THEY AR NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS
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