Babies hate it but suck out her nose when you notice it. It sounds like she has a cold. Unless she has a bad cough then they will more than likely tell you conservative treatment. Such as with congestion. Bringing baby into a bathroom with a shower. Turn it on as hot as it can go so she can get the steam (don't put her in it of course. just use it for the steam). Also I just recently learned that johnson and johnson as a baby bath stuff out there for use with babies with colds. Babies temps will go up with crying as does everyones. Full dirty diapers is a good thing. She might have a bit of a tummy troubles. You could try gripe water which is all natural. Gas drops made my son vomit a lot. But you could try gas drops as well. If she has a high fever or develops a cough or becomes lethargic or wont eat then you should take her in.View Thread
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