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A 25-year-old male asked:

my 1 month year old baby has a constant cough, and her cry sounds to have mucus on the chest, nose is also blocked, could she have flu? how do we treat it?

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Dr. Yvette Kratzberg
Pediatrics 24 years experience
At 1 month, any infection can have serious effects on the infant. You should take her to see her pediatrician for a thorough exam. A mucousy chest and cough could indicate a lower respiratory infection such as pnuemonia. The Dr can listen to her lungs and determine if she needs treatment.

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I am about 5 weeks pregnant I started bleeding about 1 week ago and im still bleeding till this point I have no blood clots or no cramping I had an ultra sound yesturday and the lady said she saw the egg sac but nothing inside of it but my doctor ask me t

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