The Baby Has Difficulty Breathing And Has A Blocked Nose?
Good night, I want to ask, how do you deal with a baby that looks like a cold, but there’s no mucus in saying nasal congestion, but you can still breathe slowly?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Conditions experienced by your child can occur due to various possibilities, including:
Bacterial or viral infections of the respiratory system
Stacking mucus in the respiratory tract
Abnormalities of respiratory structures
Foreign body in the respiratory tract
Our advice, considering that your child's age is also not even 1 month, you should immediately consult it to the pediatrician, so that it can be directly observed, examined so that no misunderstanding occurs. This is very important because children their age are still very vulnerable to anything. By seeing a pediatrician, all possibilities can be considered and the handling can be more appropriate.
Meanwhile, keep giving ASI whenever he asks, and pay close attention to his physical condition. If he then breathes faster than usual, appears weak, has a high fever or shows other symptoms that are worrisome, do not hesitate to check with the emergency room at the nearest hospital. So, hopefully answering your question.