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    Sinus Congestion
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    Fatherof1 posted:
    I have a baby boy named Carter. He has singus congestion problems for 2 months now. We have taken him to the doctor several times about this and all they tell us to do is use Saline Spray and suck his nose out. Since he dosen't have a fever or anything they won't give him anything else. Dose anyone know something else we can try or if a doc has prescriped your son/daughter anything for the same thing?
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    mom2aboy3 responded:
    try using the steam from the shower to help clear him out my lo was same way


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