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Newborn Breathing Fast While Sleeping
How fast should a newborn breath, my daughter seems to be breathing fast esp when sleeping and pulling to breath born w fluid in lungs (resolved) she's 1week?
Periodic breathing: Newborns breath fast...Around 40-50 x a minute. They also have a cycle of breathing called periodic breathing where they breathe very fast then slow it down and can have an interval of up to 10-15 seconds of "holding their breath" then it starts over. As long as she is pink and eating well and in no distress she is fine. If worried at all see your pediatrician..Reassurance is very helpful. ...Read more
Breathing fast and hyperventilating when sleeping seems like after taking Lorazepam Cause? PCOS HTN Provera Zestoretic Ativan Sertraline
Complex: Hyperventilation at night can be related to stress, congestive heart failure, drugs taken at bed time, other. So, wide range of possibilities. Lorazepam is a sedative. If taken for stress, and hyperventilation occurs with dreams then anxiety might be the relationship. A formal sleep study could provide diagnosis by seeing timing, heart pattern, and associated details. ...Read more
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
9 month baby breathing fast, coughing between breaths started antibiotics today chest wheezy unable sleep properly what signs look for hospital?
Breathing fast: Usually this indicates some kind of stress to the body. A nightmare can cause this, cardiac or pulmonary problems or a sleep disorder that is called sleep abnea that causes obstruction in the airway, which can wake you up panting for air. See you doc to help you figure this out. ...Read more
Possible panicattack: It is not typical that someone can consciously intentionally hyperventilate for an extended period of time as physiology changes will occur to make it uncomfortable to continue. If involuntary usually due to panic disorder or some underlying respiratory or metabolic condition. ...Read more
Possible panicattack: It is not typical that someone can consciously intentionally hyperventilate for an extended period of time as physiology changes will occur to make it uncomfortable to continue. If involuntary usually due to anxiety or panic disorder or some underlying respiratory or metabolic condition. ...Read more
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