Treating Flu And Nasal Congestion In 2 Months Baby?
I want to consult, my child has only 2 months of flu, I’m confused that the flu doesn’t blow mucus (mucus) and it makes a grunting sound when it’s hard to breathe, especially at night when it’s fussy because the nose is stuffy, so my child has difficulty breathing and milk comes out of the nose because of the flu, what is the medicine so that the flu goes smoothly or the mucus discharges??
Flu is something that is often experienced by everyone, including infants and children. The flu can indeed cause a blocked nose due to swelling in the nasal cavity due to an inflammatory process.
Difficulty breathing experienced by your child, could be due to the nose or other things such as bronchitis, namely inflammation of the middle respiratory tract. Bronchopneumonia or infectious conditions in the lungs can also cause difficulty breathing to shortness of breath.
If there is milk coming out of your child's nose, it could be due to spitting up or the return of milk from the digestive tract to the top which can cause it to enter the nasal cavity. Therefore, burp the baby after giving breast milk or milk. It can also be affected by the condition of the presence of defects in the upper oral cavity that may be imperfectly formed which can cause drinks to enter the nose. This condition can cause something more dangerous, namely the entry of fluid into the lungs.
It's a good idea to have your child checked by a doctor. It takes a direct examination by a doctor to distinguish what you are experiencing. Without it, the doctor cannot determine what your child is experiencing. Later, therapy will be adjusted by your doctor.
I hope this helps.