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Why Are Some Babies Born With Mouth Open
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
My10m baby change his attitude for eating solid now he is stubborn and refuse to open mouth how can i convince him, should i force feed him?he s activ
Feeding babies: It is common for babies to get stubborn and not ant to eat what they previously dis. You can not force them as this will just make it worse. Sometimes focusing just on them during mealtime helps, playing little games with them helps, making it fun. Giving him finger foods that are not a choke hazard, and above all being patient. ...Read more
Obstructed nose: Infants are nose breathers but breath through their mouth when the nose is plugged (mucous). The mouth may get dry doing this. But one should make sure the infant's nose is patent (unobstructed). Sometimes Normal Saline or ayers nose drops/spray may help. ...Read more
My preemie baby boys one sleeps with his mouth open and the other doesn't is there a problem with the one who sleeps with his mouth open? Could he hav
Not necessarily: I would have you see the pediatrician and bring it to his/her attention. This may need further evaluation ...Read more
Mouth breather?: It is not that uncommon for someone to sleep with their mouth open, but if there is some type of breathing disorder, then it should be checked. Is your gum tissue inflamed or sore around the upper front teeth? Extra thick tissue in the back of the throat, obesity, meds, supplements, sleep position. If questions, i would see a doctor. ...Read more
Ball and socket: Your jaw joint has a fluid within the capsule to lubricate the cartilage disc that separates your lower jaw from your skull bone(temporal). When your lower jaw goes to far back it will push the disc forward resulting in pain and clicking in your jaw joint area. The treatment is wearing a removable appliance to distract your lower jaw down and reposition the disc which will stop your pain and click. ...Read more
60 yr old male. Ringing began 1.5 yrs ago.Hearing above average. Also rings loud when i bite or open mouth wide. Improved by mouth opening exercises.
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