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... My 6 month old DD has a cold. It's clear and running and she's sneezing. No cough yet. I called her doctor and they said don't give her anything. Just ride it out. ... (6 replies)
... We just went through the same thing with our 6 month old. We also, just had to wait it out. ... (6 replies)
... We also use the carseat in our house when baby has a cold. I have to say also that I understand that we do not want to laden our babies with chemicals but they can be miserable with a fever. ... (6 replies)

... vaccinations and I respect that. I altered my son's schedule. But there is no way that the vaccinations she had yesterday are the reason she has a cold today. The germs from the virus were there incubating days before the vaccinations. There is no relation at all, not when it's from one day to the next. ... (4 replies)
... Oh my daughter had the same thing as this age! It's the worst...I feel for your little girl! ... (6 replies)
... mine also just got over a nasty cold. We had to let him sleep in his car seat. I know that sounds odd, but if he is more upright he could drain without getting so congested. ... (6 replies)
... I posted a thread on the diet and nutrition board for my 6 month old daughter but didn't get many replies. ... (4 replies)
... so my youngest turned 6 months today, he caught a cold form his older brother. ... (10 replies)
... YIKES! I would freak out in worry. How do you do it? I think you just contradicted yourself though! (21 replies)
... Please know that vaccinations are a chemical cocktail, so when you decide to vaccinate, many toxic chemicals are also going into the body which lowers the immune system because the body is working to fight these foreign toxins and infections are allowed to pass in, making people sick. Just keep this is mind, :) (4 replies)
... I would use a humdifier. The virus thrives and spreads in dry air, that is why people get sick in the fall and winter. I would not reccomend the use Tylenol. ... (6 replies)
... vaporizer to add moisture to the room so my daughter's nose wouldn't get "as" stuffy as without. It's not a miracle cure by any means, but it helps keep her a wee bit more comfortable that without. ... (6 replies)
... it should clear it up for a few hours at least! ... (10 replies)
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... Thanks for the replies. I am going to call the doctor tomorrow. He does show signs of teething but no actual teeth. He has been showing signs for 2 months now. He puts everything in his mouth. ... (21 replies)
... I'm sorry no one replied to you. I hope you have called your doctor or it has gotten better by now. My DD had her first cold at 6 months also. It was clear and went away in about 10 days. Sleeping was hard for her because she used a pacifier and it was hard for her to suck and breathe. ... (2 replies)
... Hope2heal I DOnt think he is old enough to take paci away. The sucking action doesnt really stop for a while yet and that can be your lifesaver when he starts to not hurt and wants to suck again. I would say keep paci. ... (21 replies)
... I haven't yet introduced a sippy cup, honestly I hadn't even thought abot it until I read your post, and now that you mention it, I may try it...Also, we haven't introduced juice yet. ... (8 replies)
... ing this way and can range from normal toddler behavior for some high strung high tempered kids to disabilities such as autism. The only thing I can tell you is my son who is now 19 months old, went through this around 15 months. ... (3 replies)
... most doctors have a pamphlet that is put out by whoever makes tylenol and motrin that gives dosing instructions for infants and up. ... (15 replies)

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