Top
10
Doctor insights on: Baby Has A Runny Nose Breathing Loud When Asleep

Share
1

1
Baby of 9 months, sneezing, runny nose, and harder breathing?

Baby of 9 months, sneezing, runny nose, and harder breathing?

Baby URI: Infant's symptoms of sneezing, runny nose, and tachypnea (increased rate of breathing) likely due to viral URI which is very common - especially if they are in daycare or have siblings in school. Now, if baby demonstrates decreased activity level, poor eating/drinking, decreased urine output, retractions (sucking in of chest wall with breaths), blueness, or you are concerned -see your pediatrician. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers
Dr. Corey Clay
1,092 doctors shared insights

Rhinitis (Definition)

This is a symptomatic disorder of the nose characterized by inflamed nasal mucosa. Groupings of rhinitis exist triggered by infection, allergy, non-allergic triggers/exposure, meds, immune disorder, and/or structural problems in the nose. Symptoms can include itching, sneezing, congestion, watery/mucoid drainage, post-nasal drainage with sore throat, ear ...Read more


2

2
2 week baby has runny nose. She ia breathing heavy and sneezing and snorting at times.?

2 week baby has runny nose. She ia breathing heavy and sneezing and snorting at times.?

Clear out nose: Newborn infants have to breathe through their noses. So, when their nose is congested with mucus, that mucus needs to be evacuated with a bulb nasal syringe. This typically needs to be done several times a day. If the breathing is still a problem then the infant at this age needs to be seen for evaluation. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
5

5
14 month baby has cold hands and feet. Persistent cough, runny nose and sleeping a lot. No other symptoms.

14 month baby has cold hands and feet.  Persistent cough, runny nose and sleeping a lot.  No other symptoms.

Well: The cough may be caused by post-nasal drips and the reflux and thus you will need to address this issues with your doctor. At this age, i2 or more hours of sleep is usually needed but if the child is sleeping more than 16 hrs a day, you need to bring him to see a doctor. ...Read more

7

7
My child has noisy breathing, but doesn't have a runny nose. What can be causing it?

My child has noisy breathing, but doesn't have a runny nose.  What can be causing it?

NOISY BREATHING: Bronchomalacia is noted among kids below 2 years old manifested by noisy breathing due to lack of development of the trachea and the bronchial tree. ...Read more

8

8
After exposure to rsv, my 4yr/o developed rsv/cold. Sick about 6d, mostly cough/runny nose. No breathing probs. See dr or continue treating symptoms?

After exposure to rsv, my 4yr/o developed rsv/cold. Sick about 6d, mostly cough/runny nose. No breathing probs. See dr or continue treating symptoms?

Keep observing: If no fever or severe cough or breathing problems, then recommend treating the RSV as the typical cold virus it is for children this age. If kids are healthy then RSV is only generally dangerous for young infants and toddlers. Recommend saline spray for the nose and a vapor rub for the chest to help the symptoms. See your doctor for fever, worsening cough, or any new concerns. Good luck! ...Read more

9

9
Coughing runny nose wheeZing trouble breathing what's wrong with me?

Coughing runny nose wheeZing trouble breathing what's wrong with me?

Virus/asthma: Your symptoms sound like a virus which is affecting your chest. If you are having trouble breathing, go to the ER for assessment and treatment. This may be an asthma flare up or a first episode of wheezing. I hope you feel better soon. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
10

10
My daughter has a fever breathing heavy threw up once runny nose and a cough should I take her in or can I wait till tomorrow?

My daughter has a fever breathing heavy threw up once runny nose and a cough should I take her in or can I wait till tomorrow?

It depends: It depends on how old your child is, and how sick she seems to be acting. If you get the fever down a bit with tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen, and she perks up and feels better for a while, that's fairly reassuring that it isn't too serious. If you get the fever down and she still feels terrible, can't keep down fluids, or has more trouble breathing, take her to the doctor tonight. ...Read more

Breathing (Definition)

Breathing is the way we take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide (co2) through out lungs. When our lungs expand we take fresh air in that contains oxygen and then when our lungs ...Read more


Dr. Nayla Mumneh
978 doctors shared insights

Runny Nose (Definition)

Mucus fluid from the nose, usually caused by ...Read more