Dear Dr, My child having running nose, sneezing from yesterday and now temp at 99.2 Dig F. My child is 4 years 3 months old and having approx weight 14.5 kgs. We have given him Montair LC Kid Syrup 5 ml ...
My 3 yearold son has been sick with a runnynose and cough for 3 days. This evening while sleeping he started gurgling. He woke up. Coughed a little then started vomiting huge amounts of stringy phlem ...
My daughter 4 yearsold. She is having runnynose since 15 days. Last two days cough , cold, fever .../cumm Polymorphs 88% Lymphocytes 9% HCT 29.7% MCV 77.5 fL ESR 1/2 hr 20mm 1 hr 45mm can you pl. let me know what ...
we give children s benadryl (Diphenhaydramine HCL USP 12.5 mg/5mL dose) to alleviate a runnynose ...Our 8 month old is taking amoxycillin due to an ear infection, and childrens ibuprofen to comfort ...
rash all over 2yearold body including scalp runnynose.
2 of the major illnesses that need to be ruled out are chicken pox and measles, both can have coriza (runnynose) and an itchy rash that does not respect the scalp. I would encourage you to take him to his Pediatrician or Urgent care.
Dr Brenes-Salazar MD
Mayo Clinic MN
My 2y old has had red dry skin around his nose and mouth for a week. Runnynose and cough. Tried baby spectra gel and moisturizer with no effect. Suggestions?
its due to cold and cough
steam 4 times a day may help
meet a pediatrician
My 1 yearold has cough and you can hear the mucus, runnynose clear & yellow/green, mucus builds up in her eyes, off and on low fevers
Yellow / green mucus indicates infection. Your baby may have to be placed on antibiotics to get rid of the infection.
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