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Infant has cold since a long time, feels congested consistently. Effective remedy?

Hi. My baby is 2 months old now and he is having cold from last 1 month. feels congestion in early morning and sometimes all day. cough is not prominent and no fever . In the beginning of the month doctor prescribed maxtra oral drops and ambrodil drops but no relief seen, so I did not started the course again. Please help before my baby gets more sick.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Blockage of nose is frequently reported as cold in infants like this. Does you child have running nose? I t is very uncommon for a toatally breast fed child to catch cold at this early age.Blockage of nose mimics cold and can produce cough in children.A saline nasal drop before breast feeds regularly should solve your problem.otherwise your child seems to be ok.
Don't panic.have a nice day
Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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