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How do I take mucus out of a baby?

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One of the easiest ways to remove mucus in a baby is to use a bulb syringe. You can also use saline drops to moisten and loosen it up before suctioning. If you don't have saline drops on-hand you can make them at home by dissolving 1/4 teaspoon of salt in 8 ounces of warm water. Hope this helps!

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