The Baby Is Sleeping Crying And Continues To Cough And Vomit Right Away?
Good morning, my baby is 7 months old, when he woke up, he cried lately, kept coughing, then vomited, and also often sneezed, this incident happened 2 days.
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Crying after waking up in infants does not always indicate an abnormality. Babies do cry easily when they feel uncomfortable, for example because they are far from people who are in regular contact with them (especially mothers, fathers, or caregivers), due to uncomfortable environmental conditions (hot, cold, too dark or bright), and so on. As long as this baby's crying can be relieved easily, often this condition is not dangerous.
However, if your baby often experiences coughing, vomiting, and sneezing, your baby's crying may indicate that he really feels an uncomfortable sensation in his own body. Various conditions that can trigger these complaints include allergies, respiratory infections, digestive infections, or other diseases. If the new complaint lasts 1-2 days, try to do the following trick first:
Accompany your baby while sleeping so that he feels calm
Condition the environment around the baby to be always comfortable, away from noise, glare, or extreme temperatures, also give the baby comfortable clothes and diapers that are changed regularly
Keep the baby away from substances that might make him allergic, for example dust, cold, smoke, animal hair, pollen, cotton, and so on
Avoid excessive use of air conditioners or fans, if possible, it's better to use an air humidifier
Also keep babies from smoke (including cigarette smoke) and pollution
Diligent drying baby in the morning sun to melt mucus in the airways
Give your baby milk and start teaching him to consume healthy, nutritious MPASI
If the baby coughs, lift him or raise his head so as not to vomit
Do not carelessly give babies drugs without a doctor's prescription
However, if within 3 days your baby's condition does not improve, or other complaints appear more severe, such as fever, diarrhea, shortness, additional breath sounds, the baby will not eat or suckle, and so on, immediately consult a doctor or doctor child specialist so that it can be further handled
I hope this helps.