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SaraLiz Due February 27 (girl); 3 kids; Michigan 5995 posts
17th Aug '09

Hannah got a piece of couch fluff stuck in her nose several months ago. She had a runny nose for about a week, but that was her only symptom. She was laying on the couch, getting a diaper change, and I noticed her one nostril looked very white. So I got some tweezers, pulled at a hair, and finally dislodged it from her nose. It was about the size of a pea. Poor little girl was bawling because it hurt so bad....and I was too. I felt horrible for leaving it in there.



Get a flashlight, see if you can see anything. And take her to an ENT specialist.

Maggiekins 2 kids; Florida 14198 posts
17th Aug '09

wow... what is it with couch fluff and kid's noses?!

Mrs.Masello♥91910 17 kids; Rhode Island 29433 posts
17th Aug '09
Quoting Maggiekins:
Maggiekins 2 kids; Florida 14198 posts
17th Aug '09
Quoting The May's Crafty Hooker:
Mrs.Masello♥91910 17 kids; Rhode Island 29433 posts
17th Aug '09
Quoting Maggiekins:
Maggiekins 2 kids; Florida 14198 posts
17th Aug '09
Quoting The May's Crafty Hooker:
Philip Speleos Japan 2 posts
2nd May '13

Thank you so much. The couch foam was the case for my son. He has had "smelly mucus" for about 2 months. They said it was his allergies or dental related. But after reading this post i took a look with a light and there it was. Ty ty ty

Philip Speleos Japan 2 posts
2nd May '13

Thank you so much. The couch foam was the case for my son. He has had "smelly mucus" for about 2 months. They said it was his allergies or dental related. But after reading this post i took a look with a light and there it was. Ty ty ty