I have a 10-month-old son, and he has been suffering from stuffy nose..

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I have a 10-month-old son, and he has been suffering from blocked nose quite often. I found a wonderful bogie hoover called: Vicky's Baby Vac. It's fantastic! We have no troubles with snuffles anymore.

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    I've got a 3 week old baby and just ordered the babyvac for him - all my Hungarian friends have used it for years and I'm so glad it's finally available in the UK!

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    Hi Guys, can you tell me the manufactuer of the Baby Vac or the name of the stores you can buy them in. I am from Australia but have UK relies and should manage to get one sent over for my 3 wk old bubs :-)

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    Our first baby is on its way. My friend also use babyvac. Its a great thing to have. Their baby boy has a clear nose all day! I am ordering one too!:ok:

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    hi i have a 7weeks old baby girl and she has the snuffles and the doctor prescribed her miniplasco sodium for a blocked nose. should i still use it on her if its just the snuffles. and any suggestions on what can help.

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