Breath Wheezing And Hoarseness After Using The Nebulizer?

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Hello, my child is 38 days old, right when he was born, the crater (mucus) was not sucked in, which made his voice hoarse, sometimes it was hoarse, sometimes hoarse again when choking. So, I plan to nebulizer because I feel sorry for my little one, but after steaming it, how come it gets groky and the hoarse voice doesn’t go away? I’m a new parent of course confused, how come the mucus can’t come out too. r n r n Then the mucus will come out for a long time after steaming? R n r nThen how do you know how to find out a cold cough in babies? R nPlease explain, thank you.

1 Answer:

Hello Yuni, Thank you for the question.

The human airway produces mucus which functions to fight foreign objects that enter the respiratory tract that can potentially harm the respiratory tract. This mucus will be carried by the mucociliary clearance that is on the respiratory wall outside the respiratory tract, namely to the throat, which can then be swallowed or stimulate the cough reflex.

In newborns, this mucociliary clearance has not worked optimally and does not have a good cough reflex so that the mucus produced by this respiratory tract cannot be expelled, accumulates in the respiratory tract and causes a grok-grok sound when the baby breathes. In general, this mucus buildup is nothing to worry about if it is not accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, cough, runny nose, vomiting, blue lips, weight loss, and difficulty drinking.

You do not need to use a nebulizer on your baby especially if it is not according to the doctor's instructions. You can do this recommendation:

Give exclusive breastfeeding to your baby for at least 6 months which can be continued for up to 2 years. Do not give other food and drinks before the baby reaches the age of 6 months. Avoid exposure to dust, cigarette smoke, animal hair on your baby. after the baby is 6 months old. If this complaint is accompanied by fever, cough, runny nose, the baby is difficult to drink, and weight loss or if this complaint worries you, please consult a pediatrician for further examination.

Please also read similar discussions and related articles:

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Cause grok-grok breath

I hope this helps.

Dr. Aloisia

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