Infants Aged 3 Months Often Snore Accompanied By Hair Loss, Enlarged Forehead
My doc has a 3 month old baby. I want to ask him often snoring like breathing problems, hair loss, it doesn’t seem to be getting bigger, and his eyes often glare, why do you dock?
Originally posted 2020-04-14 09:54:04.
Thank you for the question.
Babies who snore often, their hair falls out, forehead looks enlarged, and bulging eyes can refer to symptoms of serious illness, or may not. Unfortunately, this condition cannot be determined precisely because of this online consultation. Therefore, you first need to have your baby checked by a doctor or pediatrician.
Here we describe some conditions that can cause complaints such as that of your baby:
Causes of babies snoring: environmental conditions that are too cold, entry of foreign objects into the nasal cavity or throat, allergies, irritation, viral or bacterial infections, bronchitis, asthma, laryngitis, pharyngitis
Causes of baby hair loss: natural hair cell regeneration, combing hair too hard, pulling, malnutrition, malignancy, autoumun disorders, scalp infections, drug side effects, hormonal disorders
Causes of baby's forehead enlargement: reasonable genetic variation, excessive loss, infection or inflammation of the skin on the forehead, impact on the forehead, benign or malignant tumors, hydrocephalus, hormonal disorders, congenital defects
Causes of baby's eye glaring: reasonable genetic variation, hormonal disorders, tumors around the eyeball, hydrocephalus, edema, hematoma, etc.
As we mentioned above, we are not authorized to ascertain the cause of your baby's complaint without checking it directly. Therefore, what kind of treatment that needs to be given can not be determined that easily.
It's better if you don't worry. In order to improve, you can breastfeed your baby exclusively breastfeeding (do not add food and drinks other than breast milk first), improve the child's personal hygiene and the surrounding environment, use a water humidifier around the baby, do not use air conditioners or fans that are too cold, and do not let the baby You play alone without adult supervision. Furthermore, check your child directly to the doctor so that he can further evaluate the condition huh ..
I hope this helps.