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    I have gotten out the vapouriser for the kids who are very blocked up (gets worse at night) and they have become very chesty and coughing - is it true that it's not ideal to use when it goes to their chest? I don't have any chesty cough medicine and poor Marisa keeps gagging and coughing...

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    My GP said to use the vapouriser with Matilda the last two weeks with her chest infection... he said the steam will help soothe the irritated bronchi... I found that if I turned it on and steamed up the room before she went to bed, there wasn't as much of that trying to get to sleep mess and I would turn the vapouriser off when we went to bed at night.

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    Ahhh thanks Christy! I felt awful leaving it on in case, but I don't know what else I can do for them both
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