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What Should I Do If My Baby Put A Bead Up Her Nose
See your doctor: If your baby has a bead in his nose, i would bring them to your doctor's office to take it out. The concern if you try to take it out at home is that he may aspirate it into his lungs and that can be very serious. Doctors also have a variety of tools to try to get it out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
10 1/2 mnth with dry red bumpy rash around mouth, chin, nose & cheeks. Getting worse, seems to itch. What can I put on to heal it? Aquaphor for babies
Itchy skin rashes: Persistent dry, red and itchy skin rashes are consistent with dermatitis, most commonly it is atopic dermatitis or eczema. You can try otc Hydrocortisone cream apply to the area twice a day. Keep using aquaphor. Sometimes you need an antibiotic course if it gets infected. See an allergist or dermatologist if it does not improve by those simple measures so we can look at the rashes. ...Read more
Why does my nose swet so much? I whipe it off and i see swet slowly bead up again. Could this be the reason why I have bad blackheads on my nose?
See answer: If the mucus and/or "nose boogie" is visible and near the nare (opening)-simply use a soft tissue and wipe the infants nose. For increased congestion and nasal mucus you can use a bulb syringe. Check with your pharmacy and discuss the proper use of it with them or your dr. Best wishes. ...Read more
Conception: There are minor environmental or other issues that have a small impact, but the information that defines what these shall be/look like is set at the time of conception. The DNA data that results when the parents information is passed will determine the what the final potential will be. If your question is when during pregnancy, be assured that all external features are finished by 12 wks. ...Read more
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My infant is 3 weeks old after each feeding he vomits no food is staying down . It came through his nose he is really fussy nothings working.
Acid reflux vs other: This could be acid reflux which is common in infants. Reflux usually causes vomiting through the mouth or nose after feedings, with abrupt position change, or when pressure is placed on the abdomen. The severity of reflux varies. Projectile vomiting, green vomit, weight loss and lethargy are concerning for more serious GI issues and should be evaluated immediately. ...Read more
Nasal saline: Liberal use of nasal saline wash or spray can help an infant thin out their nasal secretions & increase the effective size of their airway. Suction may or may not retrieve the excess & it's ok if it drains into the stomach. It can be used as often as needed.Also make an attempt to remove any aggravating odors or fumes from babies space. Smoke or perfumes can be hard on baby. ...Read more
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