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Baby Grunts Sounds Congested And Has Heavy Breathing After Feeding
Other symptoms?: Watch baby closely. If they are feeding well, interacting with mom in a normal fashion, remain without fever, and the cough is not producing anything which looks like pus, and they are not having obvious trouble breathing and their color remains normal you can ride this out. If, however, anything gets worse, if they are irritable and not feeding normally, short of air, etc., get them to doctor. ...Read more
My baby being tested for a heart murmur soon. But I've noticed recently sweating, paleness and snoring/heavy breathing. Are they connected?
Murmer: Given the information they likely are connected,make sure baby's doctor(s) are aware of the symptoms ...Read more
What is the best way to treat my infant chest congestion? No heavy breathing, and she's still eating good. She just coughs a lot.
I have a 3 week old baby that when she cries hard she takes in a breath it sounds like her chest is thumping, then she starts a panting behavior?
Cardio says heart is healthy after all norm testing. no fam hist/non smoker/age28.No heavy breathing or pressure when running. good sign? Stop worry?
Yes: It all sounds good. Stop worrying.Get a more detailed answer ›
Stent: What you describe isn't adequate to be sure what is going on. In the situation you describe it is best to consult the physicians who know the patient and the specifics of the patients status. It is possible that concern is appropriate and also possible that a lower level of concern is a appropriate, from here, no knowing. ...Read more
After hot humid day, muscles skin and head aches. No thirst or hunger, blurred vision. Cold then hot. Restless sleep with heavy breathing.
?virus: These symptoms are consistent with an early viral infection which may localize to the respiratory or gastrointestinal tract in the next day or two. Keep your resistance up with rest,adequate fluid intake and use of Tylenol to relieve aches and pains or fever which often appears. See your physician if symptoms worsen instead of showing gradual improvement. ...Read more