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4 month old baby air travel
We are travelling to our hometown. The flight is 3hours from Bangalore then halt for 4 hours and then again 1.5 hours flight. How many times should we give otogesic drops to our baby of 4 months?
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No need of it
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give breast feed at take off and landing...put cotton bud in each ear
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Don't put any medicine Only give breastfeeding during take off and landing
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You can breastfeed the baby And use cotton ear plugs
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May not require if breastfeeds are given on take off, descent and landing.
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Feed on take off, descent and landing.
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Good morning, You can breast feed the baby during flights, No need for otogesic drops. Put cotton cover for ears also. Take care, have a safe journey. 🙏 Tiwari child clinic Delhi🙏
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Can use 2 times at the interval of 6 hours.
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Feed the baby during take off and landing. use cotton to cover baby's ear. Can use Crocin drops if baby is cranky post flight travel.
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