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It’s supposed to be larger than the nostril - it doesn’t go inside. It sounds like you’re doing it right - it should go at the entrance to the nostril, after you pushed out all of the air, and then you release the bulb when it’s next to the nostril. This article does a nice job of explaining, and also suggests adding a few drops of saline. I would be ...


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I don't see any number associated with a threshold to movement that is good for kids but in general, any motion humane enough with infant joints being supported ensuring the impact is not scary for the kids should be okay. To & fro Motions shouldn't be for too long (~5 minutes at a time) and must be in constant frequency. Such movements must be done only ...


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