How To Deal With Breathing Sounds In Infants?
Good morning. My child was born with BB 3,1. When he was born he did not cry right away, if a layman said he was stuck in amniotic fluid because the midwife said I had a lot of membranes. Since I was born my son was having a problem so far. Now he is 6 months and his BB is 7,6. According to the BB KMS it should now be around more than 8 kg. And the monthly increase is not according to the KMS. Now my child has started to MPASI, but eating is difficult because every meal is interrupted at his nggroking. I am afraid that his BB will not go up because it is difficult to eat it. So it should be nggroked, it must be eliminated first or what should I do? Because it says that a baby with a nggrok needs to be taken to the doctor for more than two years, but if later on it will hamper its growth, how about that? Thank you.
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Breath sounds in children can be a sign of a problem in the child's respiratory tract. There are several possibilities that can cause similar complaints. To get the right treatment it is necessary to know the cause of the complaint it is necessary to do a history and direct physical examination. Some possibilities include:
In the meantime what you can do include:
Maintain personal and environmental hygiene
Avoid dust, pollution, cigarette smoke
Avoid the use of fluffy blankets and furry dolls
Open the window of the house every morning so that air circulates and sunlight enters
Maintain a healthy and regular intake
Sleep and rest enough
Don't give food or drink when the child is fussy or agitated
If the complaint does not improve or you are worried you should check your child to a pediatrician to get further examination and treatment related to your child's condition
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