3 Nov 2022 | 3 min Read
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You can tell if your little one has a stuffy nose or even a fever by looking at him/her. However, it can be harder to spot sore throat in babies, since they can’t describe the feeling. Here’s how you can help your little one.
See if your little one’s congestion or cough is also making her throat hurt. It can be difficult to tell for sure what’s ailing your baby, so you’ll need to do a little bit of examination.
Here are some clues that your baby might be suffering from a sore throat:
If your baby’s sore throat seems to make her uncomfortable or is disturbing her and your sleep, here are some remedies.
If your baby’s sore throat is only accompanied by mild cold symptoms, talk to your paediatrician if the symptoms worsen or if the sore throat is still bothering her after a day.
Some intense symptoms paired with other symptoms might require you to talk to your paediatrician sooner:
To treat a sore throat in babies, talking with or seeing the paediatrician can give you peace of mind. You’ll have a better idea about other signs to watch out for that might require a second call or visit.
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