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    #1

    "your child need"

    "Do not hesitate to come to the hospital at any time you feel your child need medical consultation."


    I would make it your child needs. I do believe that we need the third-person singular present tense Ės marker, donít we, please?

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    #2

    Re: "your child need"

    Yes

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