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Hi, over the last week or so, I have noticed on several occassions that my 31/2 month old son wakes up with very red cheeks . He isn't warm to touch, it hasn't been hot in the house, he doesn't have a temperature and I can't feel any teeth buds. Is there any reason as to why this would be happening? He isn't destressed by it. Thanks.

Kelly,Baby Nicholas born 6/1/06, NSW

Red cheeks can be a sign of constipation and if so a bit of milk of magnesia works well. Ask your Chemist and check with your doctor to ensure there are no other underlying health concerns.
Cheers Maree

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