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Why Does My Newborn Wheeze
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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Time to call the Dr.: A 2 week old baby is vulnerable to infections, and if he catches one, he needs to be examined by the doctor. If his doctor is not available now for advice, he should be seen at a children's emergency room or a regular emergency room. A wheezing and coughing newborn should not wait, but should be seen now. ...Read more
If you have: Asthma you might wheeze as you exhale. It is like a spasm of your breathing tree in your lungs, the airways .as they spasm they closed own and the space for the air to exit narrows and you hear the noise as the wheeze . If you take medicine to relax the spasm in the airway the space opens and the wheeze and noise goes away ...Read more
Exercise-induced whe: Exercise-induced wheezing happens when airways shrink during or after exercise. In Exercise-induced wheezing, airways become dry and irritated, making it hard to breathe. Consider: •Proper warm-up before exercising •Wearing a mask when exercising in cold weather Avoid ? Cold weather ? Dry air ? Dust, ? Pollen ? Chemicals in the air at swimming pools See Physician for Diagnosis and Treatment. ...Read more
I had a very hard & loud heartbeat that made my body go in shock. I wheezed and coughed. Then I got 3 "smaller" hard ones which made me tremble. Why?
Recurs? Get checked: You may be having palpitations - heart beats whose intensity or rhythm cause you to have symptoms. You did not give your age, so I cannot speculate on causes. But if this is not an isolated incident, then you should be seen by your primary clinician or maybe a cardiologist in case you have an underlying heart disorder. ...Read more
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