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Saline drops???
May 8, 2005
... entioned she sneezes a lot and we thought she might be allergic to our dog. This morning, she seems to have a stuffy nose and I was wondering if I should use the saline drops. Is that what they're for? ... (4 replies)
Saline drops???
May 8, 2005
... Thanks for the info. She's still napping, so I'll see how stuffy she is when she wakes up. It's good to know the drops work before I go and put them in her nose. ... (4 replies)
... towel up and pput it between the mattresses so she was inclined a little and i also used a humidifer...which has seemed to help a great deal. Also used a lot of saline drops to help clear her nose....otherwise there is nothing that you can really give them anymore. ... (3 replies)

... and he stops breathing for like 5 seconds!!! Scares the heck out of me everytime and I have to do the infant CPR techniques. ... (4 replies)
... om keeps her house and he said it probably didn't help but the ear infection was caused by a virus he likely caught from Kierra. So he is on antibiotics now, and infant Advil for the fever. ... (466 replies)
Darn cold!
Dec 21, 2005
... bulb syringe. We'd put a couple of saline drops down his nose and suck out the mucus, so he could breathe and sleep at night. ... (2 replies)
... bad cold at 3 months. We went to the doctor and he told us with his age we can't do too much but let it take it's course. He said we could use Little Noses...the saline drops ONLY not the Little Noses decongestant. He said we could also use a vaporizor hot or cold. I also gave him baths in the Johnsons Vapor bath. ... (4 replies)
... and see how that works first. If nothing is working, you may try an infant decongestant with the approval of your Dr. for a short period of time. ... (7 replies)
1st Cold
Apr 21, 2005
... Try to suction out her nose as much as possible, I know it's hard on them and you, but it's better for them, and their cold will go away faster. The saline drops work about as best as you can get. ... (5 replies)
Jan 31, 2007
... Lay her on your lap, with her head away from you and slightly tilted back. Put the drops or spray in each nostril. Also, use the nasal syringe to suck out anything in there while she's in this position. ... (3 replies)
... Now that her cold is on the down side...fever gone..nose no longer sneezing...we give her an infant decongestant at night to help keep her nose clear...I can't see giving her the cold formula for symptoms she no longer has. ... (5 replies)

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