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    I have the same problem, no snotty noses! But we were visiting relatives the other day and my nephew had a cold, so the kids may come down with it yet. Where do we post the reviews to again? I could see the Nosefrida in the review section..

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    Last year DS was admitted to hospital with a terrible earinfection, tonsillitis and a bad cold.
    He couldn't breathe and suck at the same time, so this was the end of my breastfeeding after 14 months.
    It was that bad that the doctor had to lay him down and use a special surgical sucking tube that was attached to the wall, to suck out all the gunk from his nose. He screamed blue murder. It was heart breaking

    Now he's 2yo (mentally still 18 months old) and he still cant blow his nose. Its a terrible sight and I am forever running after him with a tissue.
    I dont think there is much I can do but run after him until he learns to blow his nose. I assume this snotsucker is meant for the little ones and not for toddlers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    Last year DS was admitted to hospital with a terrible earinfection, tonsillitis and a bad cold.
    He couldn't breathe and suck at the same time, so this was the end of my breastfeeding after 14 months.
    It was that bad that the doctor had to lay him down and use a special surgical sucking tube that was attached to the wall, to suck out all the gunk from his nose. He screamed blue murder. It was heart breaking

    Now he's 2yo (mentally still 18 months old) and he still cant blow his nose. Its a terrible sight and I am forever running after him with a tissue.
    I dont think there is much I can do but run after him until he learns to blow his nose. I assume this snotsucker is meant for the little ones and not for toddlers
    My DD didn't learn to blow her nose until she was just over 3. She used to have so many colds and ear infections too until she had grommets. She still had lots of colds. If you can get someone to hold him while you do it, then you can still use the nosefreida. It's just a matter of getting him to stay still!
    I'm currently using it with my very congested 11 week old, it's a godsend.

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    The nosefrieda has a tapered conical end, making it suitable, I should imagine, for 3yr olds, too! Can't wait to read the reviews!

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    Review posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pippy&Woof View Post
    I have the same problem, no snotty noses! But we were visiting relatives the other day and my nephew had a cold, so the kids may come down with it yet. Where do we post the reviews to again? I could see the Nosefrida in the review section..
    It's here in the 'nasal decongestants' section http://www.bubhub.com.au/reviews/bro...ucts/nosefrida

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    Thanks ladies, will keep an eye out for the reviews and get one for DS if they're positive. I hate getting the disgusting looks from people at the shops or playgroup when I dont tend to DS fast enough and he has it running down his nose

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    Have had the same prob as some others ~ the cold bub (and I) had hung right in there till the day before the Snotsucker arrived. Still had just enough snot left to give it a go, but not to get a really good read on it.

    Mods: Is there a way to post a review and come back later and edit, or can I post 2 reviews ~ one now, one later; or should I wait? The transient nature of colds makes this a hard one to review!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronessM View Post
    Mods: Is there a way to post a review and come back later and edit, or can I post 2 reviews ~ one now, one later; or should I wait? The transient nature of colds makes this a hard one to review!
    Hiya - we understand that the timing on this one is a little tricky. I think we'd asked for reviews by 22nd June. If you can't place a proper review by then because you haven't had a snotty nose to deal with, just post in here to let us know and then just post your review when you have had a chance to use the product.

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    Success! We have snot! Will post review soon.


 

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