he developed a congested nose about 24hrs ago and also has cough, i may not be able to take her to the hospital but intend to get good expectorant for her at the pharmacy
1 Aug 2010
Medications containing an expectorant generally are not recommended for newborns or premature babies. Those who are allergic to codeine or other narcotics, such as triprolidine, or antihistamines like pseudoephedrin should not use a medication containing on expectorant without consulting a doctor. .
Call your pharmacists in the meantime and ask what your baby can take which is safe.
I hope your baby gets well soon.-
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