You could try some olive oil on a small ball of cotton wool in your baby's ear. Oil will repel the water as oil and water don't mix together. Not tried and tested, but also a good remedy for ear infections.
by Beth Perry 4 years ago
Do you have any natural remedy ideas for soothing itchy ear canals?When my seasonal allergies act up (as they are now) my allergy medication stops the most annoying of symptoms. However, nothing I've tried or been prescribed relieves the accompanying itchiness and occasional burning I experience in...
by short and sweet 7 years ago
I have heard and read about the method of letting childen cry themselves to sleep. I understand that it's not going to hurt the child and there's a process by which you gradually let them go longer in between visits to their room, and eventually they fall asleep on their own. Yet I can't bring...
by Mr Tindle 6 years ago
Do You Know Any Natural Remedies For Earaches or Ear Infections?There are lots of people who are prone to getting ear infections. Visiting the Doctor all the time is not only inconvenient, but more expensive all the time. I was wondering if there are any natural remedies known to get rid of a...
by pitzele 7 years ago
What do you do to raise your baby's head when he/she gets a stuffy nose?When my baby gets a cold with a stuffy nose I like to let him sleep in a car seat to keep his head up. What do you do?
by thoughthole 6 years ago
Can adults get ear infections?My ear has been plugged for approx 5 days following a vicious cold. It does not hurt it's just full if junk making one side of my head feel muffled. It is very annoying and disorienting. Is it possible in middle age that I may have an ear infection.
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