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About Baby Cold

Since your baby’s immune system is still unseasoned he is extremely vulnerable to the cold pathogens. Sneezing and coughing by infected people leaves germs in the air which can create havoc with the little creature’s immune system, also it can spread via physical contact with the infected person or surfaces.
Symptoms: sneezing, sore throat, runny nose and difficulty is swallowing.

Cough can be a serious or trivial condition depending on the baby’s age. If your tot is less than 4 months old, then it can be something to worry about, specially in winters, as it could be some dangerous viral infection. For baby older than a year cough is less distressing as it can be due to a common cold or at times body’s reflex action to clear the throat and nasal airways.

The flu or the influenza virus is airborne, highly contagious and spreads in much the same way as the common cold. If flu is widespread in your community then you need to watch out for the symptoms more cautiously. More often than not, flu can be easily identified by the doctor,however in some cases tests maybe needed, specially is your baby is prone to other chronic health problems like asthma, heart disease or HIV. Also, for little ones between the ages of 0-5 immunization against influenza is highly recommended.
Symptoms: Fever above 101 degree F, chills, muscle aches, headache, dry cough and runny nose.