My 5 1/2-year-old step son has always constantly drooled. He gets sick very easy. Constantly every few weeks he has some type of cold / throat infection. His face is usually red or blotchy. He talks like he is congested. In school he had to be seperated from the other students because when he talks his drool splaters. No, he shows no signs of retardation. He was born premature and was code blue for one-minute at birth. He was raised around smokers in the home. Mom's hope 5-cats, very cold. Dad's 1-short hair dog, recomended temp. HELP? Could it be an alergy or something else?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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