Question: I had a baby boy....3 month running.....he doesnt drink my bf directly ....i always epres my bf by a ciranji...into a feeding bottle den only he drinks it.......if i keep his mouth near my breast he cries like anything.....dis is d process going on daily from 3 mnths.....dont know hw many days it vl continue....worried much.....n d main problem is if he takes more milk jst after hstops taking milk all d milk comes out from his mouth sometimes milk also comes from.his nose forcibly......he criesalot when d milk comes from.hs nose....dont know y d milk is coming out through his nose sometimes......after every feed he takes out some milk.....dont know waht to do.....n my doc is suspecting it is GERD.....bt said vl wait till his 6 month den vl see his condition n decide....dont know wht to do.....getting cry.....is dat a normal condition for d baby to take out milk thfrough d nose somebody pls help ......also from his chest sound gurr gurrr is coming out.....y its happning to him.....getting cry alot.....
Answer: Hello dear, you can try this for cheast conjection. Believe it or not, a runny nose can be a good thing. It's the body's way of getting rid of germs. But when your baby has too much mucus, it can give him a stuffy head. It can also make it hard to eat or breathe. A few home treatments can make your little one comfortable again.
1. Try Saline (Saltwater) Drops
You can buy this at the store. Put a few drops into each nostril, and then use a bulb syringe to remove some mucus. It's safe to repeat this as often as you need. And if you do it right before your baby eats, it will make mealtime easier.
2. Remove the Sticky Stuff
Sometimes mucus hardens into a crusty or sticky mess around your baby's nose. To clean it safely, wet a cotton swab with warm water and gently wipe the area.
Place a cool-mist vaporizer or humidifier in your baby's room to add moisture to the air. It helps clear his stuffy nose. Clean the machine regularly so mold doesn't grow inside it.
You can get the same soothing effect if you and your baby sit in a steamy bathroom.
4. Give Love Pats
Gentle taps on your baby's back can help ease chest congestion. Lay him down across your knees and gently pat his back with your cupped hand. Or do it while he sits on your lap with his body leading forward about 30 degrees. It loosens mucus in the chest and makes it easier for him to cough it up.
5. Know When to Wait It Out
Not every stuffy, runny nose needs treatment. If it's not bothering your baby, you don't have to do anything. As long as your little one is active and eats and drinks normally, it's fine to wait and watch.
Don't give cough and cold medicines to kids under age 4. If your child is between 4 and 6, talk to your doctor about which drugs are OK to use.
Hope it helped.... Take care ur little one..