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My daughter has light green snot, so much she can barely breathe. What could it be from and what can I do, shes 18mo. Teething. Tiny fever. Nothin els?
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Austin Dennard
Emergency Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Allergy
Light green sinus mucous is often indicative of an allergic process rather than a bacterial infection.
In younger patients, bulb suctioning can sometimes help clear the nasal passages.

In brief: Allergy
Light green sinus mucous is often indicative of an allergic process rather than a bacterial infection.
In younger patients, bulb suctioning can sometimes help clear the nasal passages.
Austin Dennard
Austin Dennard
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Dr. Sandra Eleczko
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Call the doctor
Since your daughter is having difficulty breathing it is time to call your doctor. Runny noses frequently happen when babies are teething but when there are breating problems and green snot whe needs to see a doctor.

In brief: Call the doctor
Since your daughter is having difficulty breathing it is time to call your doctor. Runny noses frequently happen when babies are teething but when there are breating problems and green snot whe needs to see a doctor.
Dr. Sandra Eleczko
Dr. Sandra Eleczko
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Dr. Maurice Lindly
Dentistry
In brief: Go to a physician.
Green mucous is never good.

In brief: Go to a physician.
Green mucous is never good.
Dr. Maurice Lindly
Dr. Maurice Lindly
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