still my daughter age 9 years
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still my daughter age 9 yearsdoing bedwetting and sometimes have nosebleed.what we can do to cure both?she has a new tooth growing slightely above the natural place of teeth.what we can do?suggest food helpful to cure bedwetting and nosebleed.

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