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  • Novorin Nasal Drops 15ml

Novorin Nasal Drops 15ml

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Novorin saline nasal preparations are salt-water solutions used to help unblock a congested nose. Saline nasal drops are used to treat a blocked nose (nasal congestion) in people with colds. It can help to thin the mucous and reduce the amount of secretion from the nose.
How to use
Steps to Apply Saline Drops to a Baby's Nose: 1. Make sure you have the proper tools—sterile saline nose drops (can be purchased at any pharmacy or grocery store) and a clean bulb syringe. 2. Hold your baby upright or at a slightly reclined position in your lap, resting her head back on one of your arms. 3. Take the saline drops and place 2 or 3 drops in one nostril. 4. Wait a few seconds to allow the saline to get into the nose. 5. Take the bulb syringe and squeeze the bulb end closed—pushing the air out of it—while it is pointing away from your baby. 6. Keeping the bulb squeezed, place the small tip of the bulb syringe in the nostril that you put the saline drops in. 7. Release the bulb. The suction created when air rushes back into the bulb syringe will suck the mucus and extra saline out of your baby's nose. 8. Squeeze the bulb syringe into the sink or a cop to expel the mucus inside. 9. Wait a minute or so before going to the other nostril. This will give you time to calm your child if she upset or crying. 10. Repeat steps 3 through 7 in the other nostril.
Prevent side effects common with the use of nasal drops by making sure you are using proper hygiene. Always wash and dry the dropper each time the medication is used, and never share nasal droppers among children. This could lead to the spread of infections. Side effects may include a runny nose, sneezing, a burning sensation, stinging, or nasal dryness. If your child complains of any of these side effects, make sure to monitor the symptoms and contact your doctor if they last or worsen over time. Also contact the doctor if your child experiences headache, dizziness, trouble breathing, irregular heartbeat, nausea, mood changes, weakness, persistent sweating, trouble sleeping, a rash, and signs of itching or swelling.