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Small child, teething, red blotches, green stools, crusty eyes, running nose, red eyes. Treatment?

My daughter is 19 months old, she is teething , she has been irritable and fussing for a couple days. She has been getting red blotches on her face. Then today she woke up with green goop and boogers caked on hers eyes where she could not open one and partial the other. Her nose is runny and her eyes have been red and runny all day. Please help I don t know whether to bring her to the doctor or if it will pass?!
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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Hello sir/madam,
I am highly concerned for your daughter's condition. All the complaints of your child, makes up that she probably might be suffering from an adenoviral infection. It is essential that you should get your child examined by a pediatrician to rule out other conditions and start proper treatment. In addition you should giving plenty of fluids orally and continue with breast feeding. Do not worry, your child will get well very soon. Thank you.
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