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    Cold & Cough :(
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    An_246721 posted:
    Im having cold n cough, frm y'day. How can i protect my baby (fetus) or prevent frm any disturbance, when i am coughing or sneezing., My husband advised me to not to take any antibiotic or apply vicks,, its oki f me, no matter abt any of my pains, i can suffer all ,... bt so much worrying if anything happens to my baby,,,bcs God hs gaven this opportunity after 2 yrs of marriage.

    Pls help me
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Coughing and sneezing will not hurt your baby.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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