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How to Spot Symptoms of Hand, Foot, Mouth Disease.?

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1. Notice if your child suddenly loses an interest in eating and feels poorly overall. Listlessness and a lack of appetite are the first symptoms of hand, foot and mouth disease. 2. Take your child's temperature. A fever is usually the second symptom
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