Coughing With Nasal Breath Sounds In Children Aged 1 Year?
Night. My child is 1 yr 2m, male. I want it in the afternoon. My child then chokes and coughs. A few minutes the cough subsides, but before mlm coughs again … and I hear the breath in the nose like the sound of a coughing coughing like that. Guess that’s why … Please explain, thank you …
Thank you for the question.
Choking can cause foreign substances other than air to enter the airway and trigger coughing. If after choking your child does not appear bluish or have difficulty breathing, chances are this condition is not dangerous. However, if it is mild, frequent choking also will not necessarily cause a prolonged cough accompanied by breathing sounds like your child experienced.
The condition of your child who has coughing and coughing, besides choking, may also be caused by asthma, bronchhiolitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, laryngitis, pharyngitis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, heart problems, and many other medical conditions. If he does not experience the danger signs above, you should not panic. Try to resolve the complaint first by:
Be careful when breastfeeding and feed and drink to children, do it slowly, not while walking around, and not also while talking so that children do not choke Keep the environment around children to stay clean, away from allergens (such as cold, dust mites, animal dander, pollen) and irritants (such as dry air, smoke, pollution) airways Let the child get plenty of rest, don't play or run too much Don't give him cold and greasy food while coughing Don't close children to people others who are coughing Do not carelessly give children drugs without doctor's advice If with the above efforts your child's complaint seems to be improving, postpone checking it to the doctor to minimize the risk of contracting the disease, including COVID-19 which is currently endemic.
However, if you find your child's condition worsening, or if there is severe tightness, vomiting, high fever for more than 3 days, weakness, frequent sleepiness, as well as other more severe complaints, you should be vigilant. Go see your child to the doctor or pediatrician so that his condition can be handled properly according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.