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Hi from yesterday onwards my baby is suffering from severe cold n cough he has running nose. Currently giving nasoclear n brozedex 0.7 ml. He s six month old son. Is this medicine ok.

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Hello, Lybrate user, Continue saline water to keep her nasal passage clear, She should not be taken in open air awakening in the morning, Maintain room temperature required for the baby. You should also be couscious in his regard, avoiding cold intake, and bein posed to cold. Give homoe mudicine: @ Bryonia alb 30-2 pills, thrice, & Heper Sulph 30-2 pills, thrice. Report wkly, Your feedback matters for further follow up, please. Tk care.
Brozedex not required 1.Plenty of rest and breast milk. 2wash hands before touching baby. 3Keep baby away from sick people. 4Keep baby away from smokers 5Breast feed for as long as you can. 6Do some massage and expose baby to sun 15/ 20mmts. 7Watch for fever / activity level / feed quantity 8For medicine contact on private chat.
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Yes. That's OK. But you need to get a proper consultation to rule out any chest congestion and other problem.
yes medicine is ok. just watch for fever,decreased activity and decreased feeding. in event of above symptoms please see your paediatrician. keep the baby warm and well fed and well hydrated. keep the baby clean and dry. adjust room temperature.
Dear lybrateuser, -The medicines are ok, watch for fever, breathing problem, sleeping difficulty,feeding problem -keep infant well hydrated, warm, give regular feeds.
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