Moms share the experience: the medication of a common cold-blooded during childbearing



Very well to the nose and throat gargle with salt water. So you can be cured, and a prevention of an excuse. This technique has helped me not to have sick upon gestation, when it was flu season.



Do not know about a "stars", but "Akvamaris" and need not "help" at a cold-blooded, if the goal - get rid of it. Its general task - thin a mucus and moisten the mucous membranes of the nose to do hygiene. Use it in the technique possible and indispensable, just want to clearly understand why. Incidentally, there are more cheap means, in essence no variant with the "Akvamarisa" and the like - is saline (approachable at pharmacies), or plain water with sol in a proportion of 1 liter of stewing water 1 teaspoon sol without slides (It is possible to sea, which for preparation). When nasal congestion, you can apply a drop or Nazol Nazol Child Babies, you contain phenylephrine, and this drug has minimal regular capacity on the aging body, ie safest. But this is the case there is no inclination to other, more powerful vasoconstrictor medicine. I individually do well to even Nazol Child. Apply the good of the nasal lavage with saline, a effect will be more pronounced. Everything else will possess to accept and wait until after itself, if it is a cold virus, it usually takes 7-14 hours. If averse or bacterial - talk to your physician, he will appoint a proper therapy.

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