Hi my son is 5 years old and he has a blocked nose it just comes and goes he couldnt get rid of phlegm i had yried everything nothing is workiing im 36 weeks pregnant and im worried how im gona tak care of us i had been to doctor tried nasal spray , chicken stock garlic water honey lemon green yea etc but he is not getting better now he is also tired of (blowing , cleaning his nose ) does any idea how i can help him to get better and breath properly or any best home remedy :(
Try Claritin if the problem is sneezing and Zyrtec if the problem is coughing and phlegm in the lungs. Also see the doctor about getting a nose spray with a cortisone style base. Chicken soup is great but sometimes you need something better. Do you take him to a pediatric allergist? A pediatrician? Or just your family doctor?
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