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Best Nasal Aspirators

Updated December 2018
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    Babies can’t blow their noses, so relieving their congestion is a parent’s job. You’re probably familiar with the bulb aspirators that they typically use in the hospital, which use air suction to unclog babies’ noses. However, there are less forceful ways to aspirate your baby’s nose. The newest trend in baby aspirators is actually to use your mouth to suck air through a tube to gently remove built-up mucus. It’s not as gross as it sounds — filters ensure that the mucus stays safely in the aspirator and not in your mouth, and many babies seem to find this type of aspirator more comfortable that the traditional bulb type.

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