6 months old baby

Question: My baby is 6 months old she has cold & cough....pls suggest any medicine....

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Answer: Hi dear.. don't use any kind of medicine without doctor prescription. Instead you can try some tested home remedies. Take a betel leaf, apply baby rub on it and heat the leaf on the reverse side with the help of a candle. When the leaf is warm place it on baby chest and head. You can also dry roast ajwain and garlic and make a potli and when it is warm you can rub on baby chest and back. if the baby is having blocked nose you can use saline drops with consultation with your doctor. If your breast feeding drink warm water take warm food use cotton in ears. Do not exposed to cold breeze, take care
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