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What Does It Mean If A Baby Is Making A Wheezing Noise
Yellow, loose stool: Is not a pregnancy sx. Classic pregnancy sxs begin when period is missed or thereafter (6-8 wks). Sx’s can include: tender /swollen breasts, nausea or vomiting; lack of period; ^ frequency of urination; headaches, insomnia, fatigue. Moodiness, mild cramping, food cravings ; aversions; passing gas; enlarging waist line ; ^ white, milky vaginal discharge. Take pregnancy test to know. ...Read more
Whistling: Wheezing in your lungs is just like whisling with your lips. A lot of air is being forced quickly through a narrow opening, and the result is a whistling sound. And just like whistling, the pitch and volume can vary somewhat, sometimes pretty low and sometimes high. In adults, wheezing is usually asthma. In kids, wheezing can be asthma, but it can be a lot of other things too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Setback?: Unsure what you mean by "setback" and in which aspect of a woman's life you are referring to after childbirth. However, some women may experience a dip in their mood following childbirth associated with feeling overwhelmed, tearful and sad shortly after having a baby. This is usually short lived though in some patients, it may signal a more serious condition called post partum depression. ...Read more
It's an infection.: Whooping cough is a highly contagious bacterial disease that causes uncontrollable, violent coughing. the coughing can make it difficult to breathe. a deep "whooping" sound is often heard when the patient tries to take a breath. It is an upper respiratory infection caused by the bordetella pertussis or bordetella parapertussis bacteria. It can be prevented by vaccine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Below: The ductus arteriosus (DA) is a normal blood vessel that connects two major arteries — the aorta and the pulmonary artery — that carry blood away from the heart in a developing fetus. The DA diverts blood away from the lungs, sending it directly to the body. The lungs are not used while a fetus is in the amniotic fluid because the baby gets oxygen directly from the mother's placenta. When a newborn breathes and begins to use the lungs, the DA is no longer needed and usually closes during the first 2 days after birth. But when the DA fails to close, a condition called patent (meaning "open") ductus arteriosus (PDA) results, in which oxygen-rich blood from the aorta is allowed to mix with oxygen-poor blood in the pulmonary artery. As a result, too much blood flows into the lungs, which puts a strain on the heart and increases blood pressure in the pulmonary arteries. Treatment The three treatment options for PDA are medication, catheter-based procedures, and surgery. ...Read more
What does it mean when the baby drops? I heard that this is a sign that labor has started, but what does it mean?
Your : Your fetusâ€™s head tends to hang out in the upper part of the pelvis until the baby gets close to labor, at which point, the fetal head drops into the lower part of the pelvis. The doctor or midwife can feel this on external exam, because the head is no longer wobbling around above the fetal bone but has dropped down below it. It can also be assessed on pelvic exam as â€œstation, â€ meaning how far down the baby has dropped. You may also be able to tell if the baby has dropped because your belly may change shape. So what does it mean if the baby drops? Usually it means the baby is getting ready for labor, but the amount of time between when the baby drops and when labor begins varies. If the baby drops prematurely, you may be put on bed rest, but that still doesnâ€™t mean labor is inevitable. However, when the baby drops at full term, in combination with painful contractions that become regular or a broken water bag, the time is coming. Keep in mind that mothers who have given birth many times may go into labor without having the baby drop until the cervix is almost fully dilated. But if the baby drops and itâ€™s your first, itâ€™s a good sign that the time to meet your baby is approaching. ...Read more
How old?: And what other symptoms does baby have? If it is just a mild fever without other apparent issues the baby will, in all probability, recover uneventfully from a viral illness. If, however, other symptoms arise, the baby is acting quite differently than normally or you are overly concerned, suggest a visit to family doctor or pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Noisy kid: Infants have no social graces and will often make a variety of noised during and between feedings.Most have no significance. ...Read more
NO: No, it is not. Cause may be simple, but still needs looked into. ...Read more
Narrow air passage: There is a narrowing of the airway causing a whistle sound ...Read more
Is it true that coughing helps when a person is experiencing a heart attack? If yes, then how is it helpful? What does coughing do to such a person?
Trouble breathing: Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs that can cause trouble breathing and significantly impact one's life. Those with asthma need a thorough evaluation to confirm the diagnosis of asthma, identify triggers of asthma and present a treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Chest IN & tummy OUT: In normal young children, both the chest and tummy expand when breathing in. With paradoxical breathing, the tummy expands when breathing in, but the chest gets sucked inward (downward). Paradoxical breathing can be normal in babies & toddlers because their chest cages are still "soft". After age 2-3 years, normal toddlers (without airway restriction) usually don't have paradoxical breathing. ...Read more
Need to see Dentist: All 20 baby teeth have grown in by age 3, and fall out between ages 6 to 12-14. If no permanent tooth present under baby tooth, or of permanent tooth impacted, baby tooth can remain in mouth for many years. You need to see a dentist for an exam and x-rays to find out exactly what's going on. Don't be surprised if he refers you to an orthodontist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Air in the lacrimal: System. The tears drain through puncta in the eye lids. Air can get into this area and give you the systems. Also with trauma there can be air in the soft tissue due to the thin bone in the orbit being compromised, if this is the case you need to see an ophthalmologist soon. ...Read more
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