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Question: Hi m getting cough ear and throat itching so m scared about baby also get infected pls suggest any home remidy and solution for this pls
Continue breastfeeding ,it would have any impact on your baby.
That's the power of mother's milk. It's has antibodies to protect your baby from infection and illness and make his immune system stronger.
Try these home remedies
Take 1 tsp honey, three times a day.
Homemade chicken soup
You can choose to gargle your mouth with warm salt water several times a day.
You can make a glass of fresh ginger tea and add a tablespoon of honey and some fresh lemon to fight off the illness.
Ear itching could be because of cough, hope this too will go as you get recover from the cough.
Question: My baby got relief from cold and cough. But she didn't relief from her throat problem.
Answer: Hello dear, your child's old enough to be eating solids, warm beverages – tea or broth, for example – can be soothing. (Skip the honey in the tea until your baby is at least a year old, though. Honey may contain botulism spores that can grow in a baby's immature intestinal tract.)
Keep in mind that it's important to keep your child from becoming dehydrated, so even though it may hurt to swallow, she'll need plenty of fluids, especially if she's running a fever. For young babies, that means breast milk or formula. If it's hard for your baby to swallow, try giving her smaller amounts to drink more frequently than usual....
If your child's really uncomfortable, ask the doctor....
Try a cool mist vaporizer or humidifier in your child's bedroom to moisten the air and soothe her throat. Be sure to keep the filters clean, or they can add germs to the air.
Hope it helped, Take care ur little one...
Question: How to cure throat infection and cough during pregnancy...can I take ginger to get relief from it
Answer: Hello! yes you can take ginger..even you can try these effective home remedies
Here are some remedies
Include garlic in your daily diet as it has antibiotic properties.
Salt-water gargles ease the pain and fight the bacteria.
Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration. Water helps to extricate the toxins from the body and keeps infections at bay.
Eat a healthy diet packed with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables daily. A healthy diet helps to boost the immune system and avoid infections.
Steam inhalation through a pot of boiling water or a humidifier is very effective for reducing the itchiness in the throat.
Roast gram flour (besan) in ghee and mix it in a glass of warm milk. An intake of this drink twice daily can provide considerable results.
Have a teaspoon of grated ginger or ginger juice with honey 2-3 times a day to get rid of the infection.