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our 2 month old baby sometimes has yellow snot in her nose? she is sometimes colicky for 2 hours sometimes loud breathing would she have chesty cold?

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Dr. Katharine Cox
44 years experience Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Nasal Congestion: You are describing nasal congestion and it is possible the noisy breathing may be caused by that. Clear her secretions to see if that helps her breathing. If her breathing continues to be noisy, if she is working hard to breath, if she has fever or is not feeding well she needs to be seen by her doctor. This does not cause colic. It is possible she may have an ear infection as a cause of her pain.
Answered on Aug 27, 2016
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