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    3 month old with a loose cough
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    An_204528 posted:
    My grand daughter is having a hard time sleeping, etc. Could a 3 month old be allergic to dog hair or her formula? I have heard that an infant hasn't had the 'time' to develop allergies but what about an infant who can't tolerate a certain formula? She has no fever and no stomach discomfort, just lots of nasal discharge, coughing, etc. Thank you for your expertise.. Connie in MI
     
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    Jennifer Shu, MD responded:
    Thanks for writing. The baby may have a cold, an ear infection, reflux, formula intolerance or possibly another condition. It's best to have her checked by the pediatrician to see what can be done to help her. Good luck!


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