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When Will Adult Croup Stop
Adult croup: Croup is by definition hoarseness, stridor (the sound of air moving through an obstruction), and hoarseness. Generally croup is an illness of childhood.There is one fixed area in the airway called the subglottis. Kids get croup because this area is small and when is swells in reponse to inflammation/infection, the area becomes more narrow. If you have a persisent barky cough, see a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
By 2 1/2: Children don't usually make that decision on their own. They will use it much longer than recommended if allowed. Parents need to commit to discontinued use of the pacifier by age 2 1/2 at the latest. Prolonged use can lead to occlusal (bite) changes and impaired speech development. It's not always easy to take it away but within 48-72 hours the kids have moved on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Disease and death: We already see early signs of this after the vaccine haters misinformation campaigns.The rate of whooping cough in the country has risen from 2500/yr in the early 90's and rare if any deaths, to 40, 000 this year with more than 30 deaths. Keep it up and we will see lots of little headstones in graveyards again. ...Read more
How long after adult exposure to whooping cough does it usually take before symptoms show in exposed adult? (adult to adult)
Pertussis: Pertussis (whooping cough) causes serious illness in infants, children and adults. It often starts with cold-like symptoms and maybe a mild cough or fever. After 1 to 2 weeks, severe coughing can begin. Unlike the common cold, pertussis can become a series of coughing fits that continues for weeks. Get immunized. ...Read more
Hopefully daily: After 18 and out of high school many begin to develop confidence. Confidence iw built on successes and self esteem. Suggest a success journl...A journal that the teen daily outs in 3-10 things that went well that day.They can be small. When having a bad day look at the successes that have been occurring and it helps. A therapist who is good in cognitive behavior therapy can also be very helpful. ...Read more
What can be the consequences if a teenager (16 years old - male) takes GH MAX of universal? Will it hurt him? Will it make him grow?
Side effects/waste: These supplements promise a lot and deliver almost nothing.They are exempt from regulation by the US FDA as a supplement, and can promise anything.Their components are found in food you normally eat.Their main effect is to relieve you of your money and enrich the huxter that sells them.The only growth hormone that works is injected & costs more than $10,000 US/yr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 yr old boy Nocturnal asthma how to relieve it if inhaler isn't helping at night time? And spits out prednisone medication when given orally.
You should speak: to his doctor. I don't know what inhaler he is on. If it is a bronchodilator (such as albuterol or xopenex), he may benefit from an inhaled steroid (or through a nebulizer), but only his doctor can make that determination. If he is having labored breathing, you should take him to an emergency room to be seen. ...Read more
Child CPR : The best was to learn this, is by taking the class, but this site should be helpful.http://www.redcross.org/images/MEDIA_CustomProductCatalog/m4240175_Pediatric_ready_reference.pdf ...Read more
Should i stop my child from running because of her bad asthma? The school makes them run miles, and freshman year they make them run it without telling them the date. Whenever she runs her asthma gets worse the longer or faster she runs. She does take her
Not controlled: It sound like your child asthma is not controlled well. I would recommend you follow your action plan to the letter in order to achieve control with her medications. Kids should be active, run and play sports even when they have asthma. The secret is good control. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cpr for children < 1: Give 30 chest compressions at the rate of 100/minute followed by clearing the airway and giving 2 gentle breaths. ...Read more
Age 2 or 3: Maybe asking your child's dentist or pediatrician is a good idea since the binkey affects the childs teeth if they are in too long. They can cause buck teeth. So you need to ask them and ask whether your childs use is little like when they fall asleep or too much like all the time to determine what to do. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Infants may use & abandon a pacifier depending on their degree of attachment & availability of interesting alternatives. I have had kids that never took to one and some that carried one about until preschool.Sudden removal confuses a todler who wonders why they are being punished, or why mommy took my best buddy away. The wounded trust may last a lifetime. Reduce paci time gradually & they toss it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does 5-9 hours gymnastics stunted children growth? My children loves gymnastics but I am afraid to send them to more intensive training. They currently do 1-2 hours/week only.
Gymnastics: it is not necessarily the number of hours per week spent doing gymnastics. Issues with growth revolves around less than adequate nutrition intake during the optimal periods of childhood growth, while performing gymnastics. Adequate caloric intake, of healthy foods, is of utmost importance. A discussion with your pediatrician, or HealthTap prime consult, can help lay out more instructions for you. ...Read more
My baby is 3 months and will only sleep in stroller. When can I stop worrying about sids if she doesn't crib sleep?
6 months: Sids is related to more than sleeping in a crib. For everyone's well-being, get baby out of a stroller for sleeping and into an empty crib with a firm mattress. No pillow, animals, blanket or bumper pads. Have her tummy-sleep. Don't smoke. Once she is rolling over consistently both ways, you can feel comfortable that sids is highly unlikely, usually by 6 months. The crib is the safest place! ...Read more
What causes kids to eat their snot and how can you stop this??? And unfortunately I've seen kids in their LATE TEENS supporting this habit!! Yuk!
Nose: Have you ever pondered why the fingers fit so perfectly up the nose? As soon as we get hand eye coordination, everything goes to the face. Perhaps that form of behavior was a protective mechanism that helped keep nostrils clean. Kids do gross things. They're curios and the younger ones still have oral tendencies. It will stop before they start middle school! ...Read more
5 1/2 years: The lower front teeth are the first teeth to loosen and wiggle. This can happen around age 5 1/2 though some children can start much later. It is more important on the sequence of which teeth exfoliate( fall out) that the timing or age. Every child has their own time table. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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