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Cold and cough with stuffy nose, bleeding when nose blowed. Any damage to nose ?

hi, my name is AAAA, i have a question about my son. He having a cold atm, he coughing, running nose , and when i try to pump his nose when he is stuffy, he is 5 months now, this is not the first time i use the pump but this time when i tried it, i pump out some fluid, there is a lil bit of blood color comeing out also, just a lil bit, i dont know did i pump too hard that made he bleeding inside the nose? or did is scratch his nose while i use the pump, he seem fine after pumping, he only cry when i use that cuz he hate it. I scare to use it again because i dont want to daamage his nose, but he is still stuffy, so .. should i keep using? i dont know whether i do it hard or not , since it is a pump, i just pump.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the stuffy nose when infective can have bleedin
pumping is not answer but you should treat the cause
add little anti alleric
may be syp cpm once a day accordin to dose weight table
can apply neomycin h ointment in nose bd safe for all aes as local application
saline water drops in nose tds
which can clear the stufiness and conestion ultimately leadin to no bleedin and ood results
Answered: Fri, 16 Aug 2013
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