My son’s nose is blocked and he’s having catarrh. Please what should I do?
Most catarrh are viral infections which will resolve on their own spontaneously without medication most times.

You only need to avoid factors that can trigger catarrh by keeping your child warm and avoid contact with persons that have cough and catarrh, avoid frequent baths to prevent the child being cold, avoid smokes from kitchen or frying and also breastfeed exclusively.

You can also do steam inhalation with the child if nose are blocked or use saline drops.

If symptoms worsen or their is difficulty in breathing, kindly see a paediatrician for evaluation.