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Baby Heavy Breathing While Sleeping
Yes, get evaluation: ASAP if your baby's breathing seems labored. At 2 weeks of age, infants sometimes have pauses in breathing, especially while sleeping and then will take several deep breaths, but if the breathing rate per minute is over 55-60 or seems labored, or your infant has a temperature over 100.4, I recommend immediate evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im not able to sleep in the night have heavy breathing and every morning a cold what is this? Note that i smoke, by the afternoon it goes away. Why?
Insomnia: An 18 year old male who cannot easily fall asleep if there is no mood disorders such as anxiety, i would say it is "delayed circadian rhythm" which affects about 8% of people in your age. These people have hard time to wake up in the morning but feel fine in the evenings. Please read more at www.Lasleep.Com. ...Read more
My 2 year old has a high fever of 102-104, a bronchial kind of cough, hoarse voice, heavy breathing, and does nothing but lay around and sleep. Help!
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 (acetaminophen) to relieve aches and pains or fever which often appears. See your physician if symptoms worsen instead of showing gradual improvement. ...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.
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
Have a child aged 4 years. He has a fever just under a 101 with heavy breathing and a sore throat?
I was having heavy breathing (just like sobbing) for no known reason. Never ever experienced before. Hubby's comfort increased it. Why?
Breathing: Sometimes heavy or frequent breathing can occur when you are upset and is known as hyperventilation. It goes completely away but can reoccur. See your doctor for any breathing concerns. All the best. With hyperventilation you often experience tingling and numbness in your extremities and breathing into a bag may help. ...Read more
6m preg while sleeping sometimes wake up panting like I just ran a mile no,pain or heaviness or anything in chest just can't catch my breath?
Shortness of breath: It is possible you may be having some Panic symptoms, even related to dreaming. Does it happen often? You should be checked if continues. ...Read more
I am having a dry cough that gets worse at night and when laying down and the need to keep doing heavy breathing ... What could be the cause please ?
Bronchitis : Is a viral disease characterized by prolonged, excessive, dry coughing. He most common symptom of acute bronchitis is a cough that is dry. Acute bronchitis is a one-time condition that lasts for several weeks. Drink plenty of fluids and otc medication. However, pneumonia can have symptoms like acute bronchitis. Rec. See your pcp to rule out pneumonia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I breathe very loud, even when I'm sitting down and not doing anything? Like, heavy breathing? What causes this?
See MD: Many causes. You need to see an MD to evaluate the problem. ...Read more
My 3.5 month old is having retractions and occasional heavy breathing. Resp reaching 80 at times. Any suggestions?
Have kid seen: Any kid with that respiratory rate is working extra to breath & should be evaluated. They should not be fed orally during that interval as there would be a risk of the feed ending up in the lungs.If the kid has known laryngomalasia, the retractions may be routine, but if they are new it is important a speedy evaluation be done. The child may need oxygen and help with airway maintenance. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Take her to doctor: It is impossible to tell what is going on without an examination. For an 11 month old to have these symptoms it could be an infection. Please have her seen by a doctor today. ...Read more
I have heavy breathing, random chest pain, and i take in more sugar than suggested. Are these symptoms to anything?
Chest pain: Those are nonspecific symptoms, you could discuss with your doctor that knows your condition whether they are important in your situation. ...Read more
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