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Why Does My Newborn Breath So Fast
I have anxiety fisorder and my newborn baby seems to be rather jumpy and does this thing like he is grasping for breath that last for 2 secs.Why?
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
Yes: Newborns breathe using the diaphragm, pulling it downward and pushing the belly out in the process.When they get older they develop more strength in their chest muscles and can use them more like older kids and adults do. ...Read more
Why does it sound like my 3w old newborn is choking and trying to catch his breath after a feeding when he's asleep?
My 2 week newborn sometime breaths heavily and gasps for air and his eyes move around is this a seizure ?
I have had a cold for ten days. Noticing my lower throat getting tight with deep breaths. Have a newborn and was wondering if it could be pneaumonia.
Hard to say: In early weeks, babies can go though a transition pattern called periodic breathing. This is the system figuring out how fast/deep to breathe during the varying states.(sleep/rest/feed/active) It can be fast panting or s;ow deep, there can be a short pause up to 10 sec. By 6 weeks this is usually less noticeable, but occasional pauses can remain. If you think your doc is clueless,get a 2nd opinion ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shall a 27wk premature use curosurf (poractant alfa) when born? Even the new born breath well under invasive ventilation
Ask neonatologist: Deciding whether your baby needs surfactant is more than just a yes/ no answer. A 27 weeker is deficient in this, so even if breathing well now, that may not be the case in 24-48 hours. If your neonatologist is recommending it, i would definitely go with it. It can prevent days to weeks of extra need for ventilation and works much better if given early rather than waiting to see if problems occur. ...Read more
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