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  1. #1
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    Jul 2011
    Bossley Park

    Default 5 month old snoring

    I have a 5 month old DD and she snores. She sounds like shes occasionally got a blocked nose and her lungs are always congested(?). Ive used both Fess and a vapouriser to see if it'd help but it doesnt really and GP wasnt much help as she said there wasnt much I could do than let her ride it out. I dont think its the cold either. Its been like this for maybe a month or so? Is there anyone else who has experienced this or knows what Im talking about? What can I do? Any advice would be very much appreciated.

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    Apr 2011
    My ds is 7 mths and he to has a bad snore I actually think it has to do with his adenoids and I'm going to make a gp appointment as he was in hospital for a chest infection and the nurse noticed and said he should see a gp, she said that most Likely they would want to take them out and that it's not normal for a young baby to snore.

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