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Increased stuffiness, breathing difficulty in baby after using nasoclear drops. Remedy?

I put nasoclear nasol drops in my baby,s nose as per prescribed by her doc. She is havi g cold and i can hear noise comming fron her lungs. Issue is aftr putting nasoclear in her nose she is having difficulty in breathing , ah her nose become more stuffy now. Prior to putting nasoclear she was quite ok. What to do now as she even dont know breathing using her mouth?
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Hi, Singh,
Thanks for query.
It seems that your baby is having nasal congestion due to cold.
Instead of Nasoclear drpos you can put Otrivin pediatric nasal drops as it contains decongestant medicine.
You can give oral decongestant drops after consulting your doctor.
This will reduce the congestion and will clear her nose nasal block.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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