how to cure a stuffy nose in a 2 month old. Already tried a bulb and humidifier
we dont smoke in the house and always wash our hands
Could be a cold, if so it'll run it's course. Just keep using the sucker to keep the nose clear.
Try having him in the bathroom with hot steamy shower running, the steam sometimes helps but with him being young you have to be careful to not overheat him. Don't put him in the water.
Just sit in there with the steam.
But he could have allergies too. Vacuum the carpets and drapes.
Keep pets out of his room.
And see if you can put Vicks in a vaporizer.
But clear it with your pediatrician.
Thank-you. The sucker doesnt suck anything but I do try it all the time. Sometimes I use a bobby pin if I see something close to the outside.
I'll definetly try the steamy shower room. We just recently moved and I cleaned the entire house a few days ago and washed up curtains and all that good stuff so maybe that might have been the problem.
I have a problem deciding if he's too hot/cold at night. I overheat n then freeze so its confusing. I just put him in a sleeper n tuck him in with a medium sized blanket then we have a space heater bc the rest of the house is so cold.
Thanks for your response.. I'm sorry for venting. I just found this site and havent had anyone to talk to. Thanks again
Call your doctor?? Try using saline spray for kids. It comes in a fine mist spray and costs next to nothing. Stuffy noses can lead to bigger problems. If it doesn't get clear soon, I for sure would call a doctor.
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