What can I give a 2 month old for stuffy nose?

Suctioning. Saline nasal drops and auctioning are all i would do. Babies have to breath through their nose so it is best to try to keep it clear. Sleeping in a car seat can also be helpful if it is affecting sleep. A humidifier can also help thin the mucous and allow it to drain.
Saline drops. You can put saline drops in her nares and use a bulb suction to clean her nose. Also run a humidifier. Over the counter cold medication is not recommended! if her symptoms last longer than a week or if she is not drinking well see her doctor.
Several things. The first months are troubled by narrow nasal passages.Exposure to dust, fragrances, smoke & other irritants make it worse.Baby tries to flush these out of the nose with mucous but this often ends as congestion & produces rattling with breathing. The best rx is washing out the nose with copious amts of saline & suctioning the remainder. Eliminate irritants from babies environment & this will help.

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How do I clear my 2 month old daughters stuffy nose?

Nose drops. I would use a Normal Saline nose drop which is over the counter (little noses, ayr nose drops, ocean nose drops)- it works best within 3 days- if your child is still having symptoms after 3 days, she should be checked by her pediatrician. Read more...
Several things. The first months are troubled by narrow nasal passages .Exposure to dust, fragrances, smoke & other irritants make it worse.Baby tries to flush these out of the nose with mucous but this often ends as congestion & produces rattling with breathing. The best rx is washing out the nose with saline & suctioning the remainder. Eliminate irritants from babies environment & this will happen less. Read more...

2 month old with wet cough for 3 days. She gets really bad coughing fits from time and has stuffy nose. Should I worry about a cold at that age?

Yes. A "cold" can be significant a this age. Young babies are nose only breathers, so make sure that you keep her passages clear by using saline drops, encourage extra clear fluids like pedialyte, elevate the head of the crib she sleeps. Check her temp and if over 101, see pediatrician right away. Observe for sleepiness, irritability, decreased appetite. See your pediatrician sooner rather than later. Read more...
Get her evaluated . I would have your baby evaluated to make sure that s/he is oxygenating normally (using a finger or toe pulse oximetry device--should be above 92%) and to have his/her work of breathing assessed. Most infants tolerate colds and do well...but it's important to identify those that may have a serious bacterial infection (eg pneumonia). Read more...

My 2 month old has a stuffy nose but seems fine otherwise. I'm breastfeeding and I thought that prevented him from getting sick? What could he have?

Maybe nothing. Could have a mild cold or he could just have "normal baby congestion" because his passages are small. Breast feeding can help prevent a lot of things but not all...it will help though because of the antibodies to help babies recover. As long as he eats well and has no other symptoms...no worries. Read more...
Breast feeding . When your breast feed, which I definitely recommend, your baby is basically eating what you are eating. I recommend your eliminate gluten and dairy from your diet for a month and see if your baby's symptoms improve or go away. . Read more...
More likely irrritan. Nasal congestion at that age is most often due to exposure to fragrance, dust, smoke or other odors.This often causes swelling inside the nose & mucous buildup. Saline nose wash used in liberal amounts will often clear this up. Read more...

My 2 month old son has a white bump on the center of his tongue, what could this bump be? He sleeps with mouth open and has a stuffy nose.

Needs to be seen. More important that what it could be, is what it is. Unfortunately, this would have to be seen by a dentist, preferably a pedodontist, or pediatrician in person in order to give you an accurate answer. Call for an appointment. Read more...
Nasal saline. For colds, gently removing the nasal mucus with saline and a bulb will help your son to breathe through his nose. The white bump on the tongue should be checked by your pediatrician. Read more...