Causes Of Breath Sounds In Babies Under One Month?
hello .. my baby is now 19hr, last 3 days in the air-conditioned room I like to sound “cranky” until it looks like a stuffy nose .. for a normal body temperature, the range of 36.7 even drinks breast milk often … is that normal? ? since my baby was born in sc, so the lungs are not as clean as babies born normally … please answer and thank you in advance
Grok-grok in babies is a complaint that quite often causes concern for many parents, especially those who have recently had children. Worry is usually triggered by fear of the baby's breathing that is not smooth. Regarding the birth process, vaginal delivery or caesarean section does not affect the baby's breathing, in the sense that as long as the baby is born full term, his lungs are well developed. Furthermore, the mucus from the lungs will definitely be sucked with a suction device when the baby is born, either by SC or vaginally.
Grok-grok that occurs more in cold conditions / air-conditioned room usually occurs due to increased baby mucus production to overcome dry airway conditions due to cold air, as well as a form of "allergic" reaction to cold air. This condition is generally not dangerous, because the mucus that builds up in the airways, will generally cough up, or be swallowed and destroyed by stomach acid. However, if the condition still worries you, you can check it directly with the pediatrician. Next we attach an article from the Indonesian pediatrician association regarding grok-grok breath in babies. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief