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Infant with frequent nasal block, sounds from nose causing hindrance in sleep, feeds, crankiness, no cough, sputum in mouth. Used nasal spray, atarax drops but in vain. Effective remedy?<br>

my baby of 2 months age always has nose blocked.she keeps making noise from the nose because of the block and doesnt feed or sleep.this makes her very fever coughs in between has lot of sputum in her mouth.she is not able 2 to get rid of it.tried nasal saline spray, atarax drops and nasivion also.pls suggest me some remedy
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Thanks for query,
It seems that your baby is having cold and cough giving her this problem.
Give her oral decongestant drops or cough syrup.This will relieve nasal congestion and her air passage will be cleared.
Put pediatric Otrivin nasal drops in the nostrils.
If there is deposition of crusts in the nose,remove it gently and smoothly.
Ok and bye.
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