Cold Medicine For Babies Aged 2 Months?
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Hello Rias Tini, Thank you for your question.
Does your child experience other complaints such as coughing, high fever, weakness, difficulty eating and drinking, fuss? How long have these symptoms occurred? Colds are more common in children because the body's immune system has not been developed optimally. If only the symptoms are colds. this condition can be treated simply at home. The following are some suggestions that you can do:
use a nasal spray or saline that is sprayed on the nose to clear snot
if a child's nose is blocked, give a warm drink to the child, invite the child to steam hot steam from a bowl of hot water, place a warm towel over the nose, or bathe the child with warm water
keep your child's food intake with balanced nutritious food
fulfill the child's body's fluid needs
let the child rest sufficiently
Giving cold medication is not recommended for children under 6 years old except with doctor's advice. If your cold does not improve for more than 2 weeks or is accompanied by a high fever, shortness of breath, weakness, fussiness, and difficulty eating and drinking, please consult with your pediatrician further. The doctor needs to examine your child before determining the appropriate treatment.
I hope this helps.