My baby has a cough, runny nose and phlegm. Can he be vaccinated?

Question 1: My baby is now over ten months old. Ten days ago, he had a low fever of 37.7 degrees, a runny nose, and a slight cough. I stopped taking the medicine after six days, and now I don’t have a cough, but I still have a runny nose. At present, I have stopped taking the medicine for five days. I have no cough or fever, but I feel like there is phlegm in my throat. The runny nose is transparent, sticky, and sometimes has white threads. Can I get the live attenuated Japanese encephalitis vaccine? This vaccine has been delayed for more than a month. The vaccine was previously out of stock. Now I finally have it, and I\’m afraid it will be gone again in a few days. Doctor Yang Yafeng answered: The baby\’s current condition is quite good, but he occasionally has a runny nose and can hear phlegm in his throat. Don’t worry, babies of this age won’t spit, and the problem in their throats may be runny nose or drool. Japanese encephalitis can be vaccinated as long as there is no fever and the cough is not severe. A slight runny nose does not affect vaccination. There is another point that parents should pay attention to: a baby\’s runny nose may be an allergic state, and allergic babies generally have poor physical constitution. For allergies, you can check the allergens, but the allergens you can check are limited and can only be common ones. You can take some anti-allergic drugs such as cetirizine syrup or drops to see if they have any effect. Question: The second daughter is four years old. A month ago, she found no trace elements deficiencies. Recently, her hands have peeled off and there are red bumps on her palms. What’s going on? This happened once this spring. I supplemented with vitamin B, and the skin stopped peeling and became smoother. Dr. Luo Zhen’s answer: This situation may be caused by dry weather. It is recommended to eat more fruits and vegetables, a nutritionally balanced diet, and then pay attention to moisturizing. Apply moisturizing cream every day, and it will not be a big problem. Question 3: A one-year-old and four-month-old baby fell out of bed in the middle of the night yesterday and lay on the floor. Will the doctor have any problems? Dr. Cui Lixia answered: If the child does not vomit and is in normal mental state, eats and sleeps normally, then there is no big problem, and parents do not need to worry too much.

Leave a Reply 0

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *