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Small child, sneezing, coughing, wheezing. Using mucolite drops, nasoclear. Suggestions?

Hello, My baby is 3 and half months old . He is sneezing and coughing And also it seems his nose is blocked and some ghur ghur noise is coming ..I have given him mucolite drops twice a day but he is still uncomfortable and also used nasoclear for two times but it gives short term relief .. I tried using bulb syring but nothing comes out . I don t have a humidifier .. He is uncomfortable since last night.. Not able to sleep.. Please help.. Mucolite was suggested by our ped in above case
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
Viral infections at this time of the year is very common and is likely causing all the problems with your child.
Cough syrups are best avoided and saline nasal drops are the safest.
However, if the breathing rate is high (more than 60 per minute) and the pulse rate is also high, it is possible he has acquired a viral chest infection like bronchioloitis.
You then must take him to your paediatrician immediately or ensure he is hospitalised as this viral infection can be quite severe.

If none of the alarming signs are present, newborns usually recover in 10 days from these infections. Please keep calpol syrup and some antihistamine syrup for the nasal secretions.

Best Wishes.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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