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    Definitely get bactroban it will help clear it up quicker.

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    You also dont need to use alot of bactroban so if it comes back you can apply the cream straight away

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    Seems much better than yesterday. Is on antibiotics.
    Do you think school tomorrow or Monday? Oh I still have to clean his nose, he's hust having breakfast first.

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    Ouch poor little guy.

    Personally I'd keep him home tomorrow and aim for Monday. But I'm overly cautious at the best of times lol

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    Yeah true.
    Ps- I'm having trouble getting crusties off from around his nose. I'm holding a wet face washer for as long as he'll tolerate, but they still don't wipe away. What happens if they don't all get wiped off?

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    They will eventually just come away

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    Thanks.
    It's day 5 of everything appearing and day 3 of antibiotics. I can't get that nose crusty out, Ive tried and tried.
    I think he would be OK for school except for that!
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