Newborn wheezing during feeding - Doctor answers
See the doctor: The wheezing noise babies make can come from the upper airway tract (nose, back of throat) or from the lower airway tract (lungs). In a small child, it is important for a physician to determine where the noise is coming from, as that determines how serious it may be and what may be a possible treatment. In a newborn, I would suggest having them seen soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Is wheezing after giving formula normal I give her formula everyday and after I am done feeding her she has this wheezing sound
Wheezing: Wheezing after feeding is not necessarily normal. You should call your child's doctor to discuss. They may want you to bring her in and feed her in the office so that they can examine her while she is making the noise. If you think that she is having difficulty breathing, turning blue, or going limp, you need to call your doctor immediately or take her to the emergency room. ...Read more
My son is turning 3 months old and recently underwent surgery for ileal atresia when he was 4 days old. He returned home after he was hospitalised for 12 days. When he was home I noticed that he has wheezing noises while breathing, feeding and sleeping. I'm n
See your doctor: Sounds of wheezing during feeding are very concerning for something called aspiration- where the formula is going to his lungs instead of his stomach. Please see your doctor as soon as possible and they may do something called a swallow study to see if there is aspiration or not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Almost 3 years old. Slight cough, fever. No wheezing, small mucus, fast breathing, Active. Not feeding well but drinking water and peeing. Worried?
Worried, but ok: It sounds most likely to be a respiratory virus. This should hit it's peak around 3-5 days, with cough and congestion going away after 10-14 days. Watch for fever over 102.5, poor urine output, lethargy, irritability, breathing over 40/min, difficulty breathing with stomach and neck muscle use, or wheezing. If those develop, bring him in. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm coming down with a strong cold & have asthma too. Trouble breathing and wheezing. What OTC can I take if im breast feeding my 11mo old?
Anything OTC mostly: There are a few flags here. Mainly, if you really are having trouble breathing and wheezing, that needs to get looked at asap. However, most asthma medications and otc decongestants are fine to take while breastfeeding, unless you are taking them above the recommended amount. If you have any questions about other remedies or herbal remedies, ask the pharmacist. ...Read more
My baby is 3 weeks old. I have just put her on formula. She is now wheezing, has pimples on her face that look like milia, her lips go red when I feed her and her poo is rock hard. Is she maybe allergic? What formula do I change her to?
I started coughing non stop when im trying to sleep last night and wheezing. But im not coughing during the day. Wht could be the cause?
GERD: Coughing with wheezing at night can sometimes be caused by silent reflux. You need not have heartburn symptoms to have this be the case. Allergies can also cause this sometimes; perhaps something in your room (pillows, blankets, etc). See your doctor to be examined and make sure nothing else is going on and then to treat this properly. ...Read more
My son has a barking cough and is wheezing worse at night than during the day he has a slight temp and isn't eating much what can I do to help him?
I have suddenly wheezing and minimal SOB during sleeping. Accompany with coughing. Relieve when sit upright or standing position.?
Two common things..: It is possible that either you are suffering of acid reflux or post nasal drip. Both conditions can cause reactive airways which is manifested with wheezing you are describing when you lay down. It is recommended to try to elevate your head at least 30 degrees when in bed. If having stomach issues try to avoid irritants in your food and try anti acid If nasal congestion inhaled steroids can help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a few hours of exercise. I didn't feel anything wrong during but after I felt a wheeze in my breath and shortness of breath. First occurrence?
Bronchoconstriction: Your symptoms are consistent exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (aka exercise-induced asthma). This does not mean you necessarily have asthma. A major goal is to ensure that exercise is not avoided. As your cardiovascular condition improves this may resolve. It it persists or worsens you should see physician for possible medications/inhalers to use and determine need for further testing. ...Read more
I'm coughing violently and its really mucusy. It hurts to breath and I'm also wheezing a bit during the cough. What could be wrong?
I'm having shortness of breath, coughing, and wheezing only during the evenings before going to bed. This came on suddenly about a week ago.
Narrowing of airways: Asthma is caused by spasm in the small airways in the lungs the wheezing is like a whistling sound that occurs when you try to push air through an area of spasm that is too tight to allow normal flow. Think of it like when you whistle, you force air past an obstructed opening and creat turbulance that maks the sound. Whistles are not a vocal cord sound. ...Read more
Is it normal to have lung pain, wheezing and coughing, during and after exercise? Is this something that will go away after getting fitter?
Asthma vs. Rad my son has cough variant asthma, he never wheezes during an attack, just coughs violently and uncontrolably. He recently has had this cough for the past week that he just can't shake. It get really bad in the first thing in mornings and at
Kids: Kids do not have to wheeze to have asthma, as you have indicated that your son has cough variant asthma. The Flovent and ventolin are appropriate management from your physician. I am not sure what the urgent care physician was treating with the amoxicillin. Antibiotics are not used to treat wheezing or cough variant asthma or rad (simply meaning the airways react/narrow to stimulus such as infections, exercise, or allergies). Was the physician concerned about a bacterial infection? In that case the antibiotic would be appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer