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What is good medicine for an infant with a cold?

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No cold medication is recommended for children under the age of 6 years, especially an infant.
Use of saline nasal spray with nasal aspiration is something that may help relieve nasal symptoms.

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No cold medication is recommended for children under the age of 6 years, especially an infant.
Use of saline nasal spray with nasal aspiration is something that may help relieve nasal symptoms.
Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
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Dr. Julie Tomberlin
Pediatrics

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Giving the baby pedialyte, using saline with nasal suction, and running a humidifier are all things that can help a baby as his/her immune system fights off the cold.
And if you are nursing, keep it up, as your immune system can help the baby fight off a cold.

In brief: None.

Giving the baby pedialyte, using saline with nasal suction, and running a humidifier are all things that can help a baby as his/her immune system fights off the cold.
And if you are nursing, keep it up, as your immune system can help the baby fight off a cold.
Dr. Julie Tomberlin
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