Causes And Treatment Of Blocked Breathing?
why yes my child has been 4 days like a nasal congestion, but the snot doesn’t want to fall too.
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Nasal congestion in children is often caused by viral infections (coughs and colds), bacterial infections (rhinosinusitis), allergic conditions, to quite rare conditions such as foreign objects in the nose or nasal polyps.
If your child has a viral infection, often these symptoms occur early in the infection and are temporary due to dilation of blood vessels in the nose or due to blocked airways by mucus. Some suggestions that can be done to reduce nasal congestion include raising the position of the child's head, giving nose drops or nasal spray that is safe for children, providing warm water vapor or using a humidifier to regulate air humidity in the room, increase the consumption of fluids or by using drugs from antihistamines or decongestants to help reduce symptoms of nasal congestion.
Related to the deformity of the left rib, this must be examined directly so that the doctor knows the difference and the exact location of the abnormality. As long as it doesn't cause respiratory problems due to suspicion of the abnormal shape of the rib cage, then you don't need to worry too much.
Consult more fully with pediatricians to get more complete and relevant information.
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