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Bad Breath In Babies From Teething
Several conditions and food: In infants bad breath can be due to many conditions gastro esophageal reflux infections in mouth, throat, nose foreigh body in the nose or ear enlarged tonsils and adenoids thumb sucking pacifier use taking a bottle to bed sugary drinks in older infant if the bad breath is persistant the infant needs to be examined by your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 month old becomes fussy in evening, crying out suddenly as if in pain. Drooling alot and putting hand in mouth. Can he be teething?
Early: But yes, could be. See your Pediatrician to make sure it isn't something else. Also, in nine months give your child a wonderful 1st b'day present. Take him/her to a pediatric dental specialist, a Pedodontist, for initial exam, oral hygiene instructions, dentofacial growth & development evaluation, decay prevention advice, and so much more. ...Read more
I feel some sticky substance in my mouth when i don't eat, bitter taste in mouth, hot air frm mouth, blackening n yellowing of teeth.Sign of bad breath?
Bad breath plus: You sound dehydrated because your saliva is thick n sticky. The bitterness is from electrolyte imbalance from lack of fluids n nutrition. The black is decay and tarter. You probably have bloody toothbrush and mooith full of blood when you do brush. The yellow is the layers of plaque fromo inadequate and infrequent brushing. All that i've just listed will cause overwhelming bad breath! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes bad smell in exhaling? I've no bad breath but been told breathing out through the nose smell bad.
8 month baby - running nose, no temp, full dirty nappies, cough and teething? Is it all connected to her teething?
Might not: It looks like your child might have a viral upper respiratory infection presenting with congestion, runny nose, then loose stool or even diarrhea. Make sure he or she gets plenty of fluid or water and give him/her baby tylenol (acetaminophen) or advil if fevers develop. Symptoms might last for a week or so. Bring your child to see a doctor if symptoms do not improve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How does one notice hemoptysis? Blood taste in mouth? Feeling of bringing stuff up from the chest?
Cough from chest: By definition hemoptysis is when the patient coughs up blood from the lower Airways . it is important to differentiate hemoptysis from hematemesis , (vomiting blood), also from severe sinusitis ,when blood run down to the lower airways , then patient coughs the blood back up ...Read more
Tonsils are huge/swollen and hurt a bit but get food stuck in them constantly, produce bad breath and trouble breathing at night while I'm sleeping. ?
Bad taste: Without knowing the taste description, it is harder to be specific. However, any strange taste often suggests infection. Especially after a tooth was removed and if you suddenly notice a strange taste or drainage in throat, please see your oral surgeon/dentist to rule out infection, as it is easier to treat it sooner than later. The bad taste may come from surgical dressing in the socket, possibly. ...Read more
Baby 9 months snores reflux wheezy allergys noticed he seems to hold breath in sleep and gasps in sleep occasionally ? What could cause this
Sleep apnea: Sounds like your baby has sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea in kids is almost always caused by enlarged tonsils/adenoids. It is dangerous because it can seriously restrict their growth and development. Get ur baby to the pediatrician for eval and ENT referral. Good luck! ...Read more
Can a dry air cause nasal blockage for infants? My 7weeks old baby,whenever we go the city house and come back to the country she breaths differently!
Yes it can: Moisturize with saline nasal drops often if this happens, enjoy your baby ...Read more
I have extremely sore throat, thick phlegm in my mouth, cant keep food or liquid down, have fever, and trouble breathing sometime, drooling in sleep
Sore throat: See a doctor ASAP. Try gargling with warm salt water to break up the phlegm. It is important that you stay hydrated, so drink water or Gatorade. ...Read more
Stuffy nose short of air o2 been in the low 90's when coughing i taste snot discomfortpain- in chest when breathing in deep y is this?
You've got infection: Most likely pneumonia. There are other possibilities as well. Your underlying medical issues of diabetes, severe asthma, GERD, and possibly diabetic neuropathy affecting the GI tract and mobility puts you at very high risk for pneumonia. A chest X-ray is needed, amongst other things. It sounds like you are sick enough to need treatment in the ER. I think you should be evaluated now. Get going ASAP ...Read more
16 month old, cranky, crying in sleep, 99.9 temp, not a big appetite, top molars have a piece coming through gums. Is this teething related or sick?
Top molars : Coming in with decreased appetite and fussiness may just be from teething . This is normal. Supportive treatment only. Unless with temperature spike, increased irritability, decreased voids , vomiting and not playful ,then it is time to go see your Pediatrician! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bad breath, rash in body, drooling too much, fever, irritated, restlesness, not much appetite, teething in my 14 month old why?Concerned about rash
Back of mouth feels gluely dry/ hard time breathing and swallowing spit not food/lump in throat/wks and getting worse/wheezing in burping sticky phleg
See doctor!: It sounds like you may be get dealing with severe allergy symptoms. This is potentially life-threatening if untreated, and you need to see someone asap to get this thing turned around, if that's what it is. If you have to go to an emergency room, do so. But if you have a doctor please call him or her right away. ...Read more
Coughing , choking, nasal drip make it worst, all that causing headache neck stiffness, no wheezing, yellow sputum I have been coughing my lungs out, shortness of breath, can't breath from nose, struggle through night for sleep, wake up coughing all the t
Metallic taste, isolated when in living room, kids have dark circles under eyes, not gas leak or carbon monoxide - any other possible environmental?
Possibly radon: I would have your home checked for radon, especially in basements or crawlspace under living room. Metallic taste and fatigue are symptoms associated with radon exposure. Check with your local public health department about how to test for radon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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