My baby has no fever, coughing, runny nose, very sleepy. Screaming, what's wrong?

Baby. If would hard to know if especially a very young baby. The best thing is to have the baby evaluated by your primary care provider to see what maybe wrong. Hope this helps.

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Supportive measures. The question is unclear but cough is only of 3 days duration and your child sounds well. Several issues to consider overtime if cough persists are; the nature of the sputum, associated difficulty breathing, are symptoms more at night or with activity, is appetite still suppressed etc. I will be very glad to follow up with your daughter if cough does not respond to your supportive measures . Read more...

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