Doctor insights on:
My Son Is Pale In Colour All The Time He Has Had Asthma 4 3 Months
Asthma is a disease of the lungs caused by chronic inflammation of the airways most often caused by allergies. This inflammation results in airway swelling and hyperactivity leading to difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc. MIT is a diagnosis made by combining clinical ...Read more
For 4.5 weeks have had: asthma attacks no reason, headache, naseau, chest and back pain, pale face lips nails, congestion, phlegm, cough sore throat?
Infection: You should visit your doctor as soon as possible. It sounds like you might have an infection and if it has been going on for so long you might need antibiotics. ...Read more
Male 17months bloods show high ldh high platelets & low iga. Constipation, tummy cramps, asthma, very pale. Unwell a lot. Had an episode of colitis?
See your MD/ Ped: This child needs to be seen and evaluated in person, by a physician/ health care provider with pediatric experience. Please have him seen by his medical provider. ...Read more
20 asthma severe dust allergy pet fur feather some food allergy recurrent sinus upper respiratory infections pale low energy swollen glands nausea?
Child with visible blue veins on legs,chest and feet,pale,dark eye circles,swollen lymph nodes,inflammation on heart,lungs and GI tract,tired,asthma?
Have your child seen: By their pediatrician right away. You don't say the child's age, but something serious sounds likely. I hope it's not serious. ...Read more
My son is 3.5.he takes milk four times a day. Does not eat much. His stool is usually pale. It sometimes turns to light brown but not regular brown. T?
12 weeks: First, your employer must determine if you are eligible for fmla. You must have worked a certain number of hours for the company, and there are other restrictions (such as whether you have a key position) however, if you are eligible for fmla, you can use it to help care for an ill child, and you don't have to use it all at once. Here are the rules: http://www.Dol.Gov/whd/fmla/. ...Read more
Will my child's severe asthma extend into adulthood? I'm worried that my son will not be able to live a normal adult life. He's already ended up in the hospital several times because his asthma was so bad.
Son made it through the night and only coughed a few times last night. Could it be that my asthmatic child may not have asthma at all?
My son has a constant cough. Every time i take him to the dr they say his asthma is acting up or he has pneumonia. What can be causing it?
Constant cough: If he astma as your doctor suggest he shouldbe tested by sn allergist to determine what alergens heis allergic to.Onethat is determined do environmental control to seeif you. Canremovesomeof the responsible allergens.Beyond thatheneedscontrol meicaytion and the posibility of allergy shots cancome into quetion. ...Read more