Baby’s Breath Sounds Grok Grok Accompanied By Coughing, Tightness And Nasal Congestion?
Afternoon! R nMy 2-month-old child has more than 1 month his nose grok2 accompanied by coughing and sometimes shortness of breath Because of blocked, his chapter is also rarely sometimes 1 week more chapters, does it need to be taken by a doctor?
Hello Inkabella, Thank you for the question.
Baby's breath in general will sound grok-grok because the cleansing system of mucociliary in the respiratory tract that has not been developed properly. The mucociliary cleansing system functions to expel mucus in the respiratory tract to the throat so that it is easy to cough. In infants, this mucociliary cleansing has not yet developed optimally so that mucus can accumulate in the respiratory tract and make loud sounds when the baby is breathing. This mucus production can increase if there is irritation or infection in the respiratory tract, or allergies. In general, the sound of this breath will disappear along with the baby's umut increase. However, this condition needs medical attention if accompanied by high fever, shortness of breath, a fussy baby, looking pale, weak, or bluish. Because your baby seems to be experiencing shortness of breath, you should immediately check your baby to a pediatrician for further examination. The doctor needs to inquire about your child's condition completely then examine your baby before giving the right treatment.
BAB baby is one of the things that concern parents, both color, frequency, and stool consistency. BAB baby's pattern is not the same in one baby to another baby. Infants under the age of 4 months will generally defecate 3-4 times a day. Defecation frequency will decrease when the baby is familiar with solid food. However, there are also babies who have just defecated after 1 week and are still considered normal. CHAPTER frequency is not the only parameter you should pay attention to. In addition to the frequency of bowel movements, you should also pay attention to the color of stool and other symptoms experienced by your baby. If your baby still wants to breastfeed, there is no flatulence, the baby does not have a fever, the baby does not push, and the baby is not fussy, then you have nothing to worry about. However, if accompanied by the signs mentioned above, then please check your baby's condition immediately.
Please also do the following suggestions:
keep breastfeeding your baby
move your baby's legs around like pedaling a bicycle to help the bowel movements
Avoid exposure to air pollution in your baby
if there is nasal mucus that is clogging use saline liquid which can be purchased at the pharmacy along with a nasal mucus pipette to help remove it
make sure the child gets enough rest
Please also read the article: Babies don't defecate
I hope this helps.