Breath Sounds In Babies While Drinking Milk Using A Pacifier?
The sound can’t be explained …
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There are several types of additional breath sounds in infants, which sound is:
sound like snoring, which is also called stridor sound. Stridor sounds appear when there is a blockage or narrowing of the baby's airways. There are conditions that cause the stridor sound, namely: epiglottitis, croup, and the blockage. 'ngik-ngik' breath sounds, which are also called wheezing sounds, usually occur in children who have allergic diseases such as asthma, but bacterial infections such as pneumonia and bronchiolitis can also cause wheezing sounds. There are several ways you can do to reduce these symptoms, including: removing mucus in the nose if the child is sick, keeping the air moist, position the child sleeping in the supine condition, if still drinking milk, then give Asi.
There is something to be aware of if your child is experiencing, shortness of breath, high-pitched rasping, breathing is often stopped, vomiting or spouting drink that is desirable, lips appear bluish, lethargic, and fever. If the mother and child experience this, then immediately check your child to the pediatrician or the nearest emergency room.
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