nose membrane damaged?
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~â¥Little Miss - posted on 03/06/2014
If it worsens, or is concerning, I would try to get in to see the pediatrician sooner than later. I know you already have an appointment, just saying. Stop using it all together. Never had any issue with traditional nose aspirator, but only used them when they had colds and it was absolutely necessary. If there are boogers, they will work there way out naturally. If they are congested and need help breathing through runny snot, that is the only time I would use one.
Eva - posted on 03/06/2014
sorry, i meant to say i only suck each nostril 3 times a day max. when i saw boogers, i use the noseFrida, but i don't see boogers now, but he's still snorting. We're seeing the pediatrician next week, i'll bring it up to him. Thanks
â« Shawnn âªâ«â« - posted on 03/06/2014
If you don't see any reason to use it, then why are you doing it so often?
LM, it's a nose aspirator...but a 'new' design.
Eva, if the child isn't snotty, don't use the nosfrida! And if he is, use it, but GENTLY! If you are concerned that you may have caused damage, step away from the nosefrida, and schedule an appointment with the physician
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