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    I think it is tiny blister :-( , that's it I'm taking him to doc tomorrow , better to be safe then sorry 😕

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    Could it be a school sore (impetigo)? You can also go chemist before Dr and get the pharmacist advice.

    Good luck

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    Live in a small town and nothing is open on a Sunday 😕just try and keep him away from baby till I know !


 

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