What is a good otc med for nasal congestion? My 5 1/2 month old just finished antibiotics, and his pediatrician felt that it would clear everything up; but he still sounds a little congested and he has a dry cough.View Thread
My Dayton is 5 mths and 2weeks old, and he is sitting on his on for a short period of time. He loves to sit up; not quite rolling over; more like rocking back and forth. I believe he's going to surprise us and boy i can't wait. In the beginning he did not like to be on his tummy but we can tell he's getting used to it. View Thread
Did you ever take your baby to her pediatrician? Their are a number of test they can do;for example they can do a culture and swab the babies genitals to check for certain bacteria. Has there been any more problems since then?View Thread
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