Cough And Cold In 2 Months Baby?
I want to ask that my newborn son can’t cry and breathes too fast in the end he had to be treated, and now it’s getting better now he’s 2 months old, but it’s like there are bapils until now there are still bapils I’ve been to the doctor we’re usually found in baby, my question is, what effect does the history of the baby have on the newborn’s condition???
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When born, babies normally will immediately cry. If your baby doesn't cry right away, it could be because of:
Blockage in the airway, for example due to mucus, blood, meconium, or the tongue falling backwards Lung function is not optimal, for example in premature or low birth weight infants Impaired heart function Infections, etc. As long as appropriate efforts are made, namely by cleaning the baby's airway using suction, rubbing the baby's back, chest, and legs, and the baby has been able to breathe spontaneously afterwards, so this condition shouldn't necessarily have a long residual complaint, including causing the baby to be more prone to coughs or colds.
Cough and cold in babies that often recur and repeat usually occurs due to allergies. Sometimes, mothers are less careful in observing what triggers allergies, so that coughs and colds will continue to recur. In addition to allergies, coughs and colds can also be caused by viral infections, bacterial infections, nasal septal deviation, and so on.
If your cough and cold are caused by allergies, then generally this condition is not dangerous, and can be overcome by avoiding the triggers of the allergy. However, if the cause is different, then of course there will be different treatments that need to be done to overcome it.
If your child's cough and runny nose occur for more than 2 weeks, or appear accompanied by other complaints, such as fever, shortness of breath, baby is weak, lazy to breastfeed, then you should check your child's condition immediately to the doctor. If other underlying medical disorders are suspected, the doctor may also recommend that your child undergo further tests, such as blood tests, x-rays, and so on.
Currently, to prevent recurring and recurring coughs and colds:
Keep the environment around the child clean, free from pollution and other allergens as mentioned above. Diligently wash hands for anyone who will come into contact with the baby. Dry the baby regularly every morning in the sun before 9 o'clock to help thin the mucus in the respiratory tract. Give the baby enough breast milk as needed so that his immune system is maintained. Keep the baby away from adults who are coughing and cold.
Cough in babies
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah