My 5 month old daughter was diagnosed with RSV 5 days ago. She never had to be hospitalized and we are watching her very closely. We have been doing saline drops and bulb suctioning her out. She sleeps in a room with a cool mist humidifier going constantly. We took her to the MD to have her suctioned out but that didn't really help her. She doesn't sleep well and she doesn't nurse very well because she can't breathe. If you moms have any advice I would really appreciate it. She is just so miserable right now.Answer Question
Answer by Liz132 at 1:29 PM on Mar. 13, 2009
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Answer by Liz132 at 1:42 PM on Mar. 13, 2009
We found a better solution to suctioning than the bulb syringe. It sounds like a weird system, but it works SO MUCH BETTER. It's called the Nose Frieda (http://www.amazon.com/Nosefrida-USA-LLC-Nasal-Aspirator/dp/B000OS8BP4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=baby-products&qid=1236967483&sr=1-1). We also tried the battery operated one, which did not work at all. The Nose Frieda is kind of a weird concept, but it really, truly works. You'll be amazed at how much you can get out!
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