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    our snotty house has a three yr old and a 15 month old that sure could give this thing a work out! My youngest has also just been diagnosed with asthma, so keen for anything that could clear his nose and help his breath

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    Pick me, My two boys have colds at the moment. I usually use my mouth for the bub (older knows how to blow his nose) as the normal aspirators are useless. But as DS2 (1yo) gets older its getting harder to do.

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    Wow this product sounds awesome! Pick me! My bubs seems to be constantly clogged since birth! He always sleeps with his mouth wide open which even the hospital thought was strange. He never lets me get at him with the bulb one. It just irritates him. He constantly has snot up there haha

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    Bub is 3.5 mths and I haven't used or heard of one of these before very interested in trying it out to see how well they work.

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    pick me have two kids in day care and we have colds here every second week i reckon

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    Pick me. I have 3 children, one a four month old who has had bronchialitis twice (she was hospitalised at 4 weeks of age), she was so congested she could barely feed. The bulb snot sucker just didn't work!

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    I know it's not totally related but I got one of these at the Syd Pregnancy, babies and children expo on the weekend... Great timing as Mr Sniffles showed up the following day. Once you get past the parent powered bit (ewww).. It's really effective!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzabee View Post
    I know it's not totally related but I got one of these at the Syd Pregnancy, babies and children expo on the weekend... Great timing as Mr Sniffles showed up the following day. Once you get past the parent powered bit (ewww).. It's really effective!
    Just to add - I have tried using the bulb suckers previously. They've got nothin on the almightly snot sucker! Haha

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    Pick me :-)

    With three under 27 months, and two at day care - it seems one always has a blocked nose. Would love to have this to help them

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    I would lOve to test this - my 6 week old son suffers projectile vomiting due to weak muscles in his stomach - and this causes his nose to get all yukky at night ( it comes out of his nose poor bugger) - I have tried the fess aspirator but I find it a bit rough on his little nostrils - but have heard this is better than the fess one !


 

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