Why Is My Child Coughing Grok-grok And Breaking Out In A Lot Of Cold Sweat?
Why is it that my child coughs and starts choking out when I cry or move a little, when I sweat a lot and not much sweat comes out. And after the steam doesn’t want to get out the forehead the breath is also rather fast. What sign is this. It’s not going anywhere, it hasn’t healed, it’s still coughing
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Coughing is one of the body's responses to expel foreign substances and substances in the respiratory tract. Receptors in the respiratory tract will send signals to the central nervous system and will activate the cough response. Cough can be dry or productive (phlegm). It should be noted that in children under the age of 5 the response to sputum is actively not yet perfect as in adults, including infants. So that coughing up phlegm in young children needs to get more attention.
The existence of the sound "grok2" in the airways can indicate obstruction in the airways, can be in the form of foreign bodies that are solid or liquid, one of which is phlegm / phlegm produced by the airways when a viral infection or bacterial infection of the respiratory tract. Causes of coughing, wheezing, or shortness of breath include:
Infection in the upper respiratory tract area.
Infection of the lower respiratory tract.
Infections of the lungs, such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, bronchiectasis.
Allergic reaction to dust, smoke, or other substances.
In the condition of your child, it is advisable to consult a doctor or pediatrician for anamnesis and physical examination, as well as supporting examinations such as blood or sputum examination if deemed necessary. Avoid using treatment without instructions and consulting a doctor, avoid the weather that is too cold / hot.
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