Baby of 9 months, sneezing, runny nose, and harder breathing?

Baby URI. Infant's symptoms of sneezing, runny nose, and tachypnea (increased rate of breathing) likely due to viral URI which is very common - especially if they are in daycare or have siblings in school. Now, if baby demonstrates decreased activity level, poor eating/drinking, decreased urine output, retractions (sucking in of chest wall with breaths), blueness, or you are concerned -see your pediatrician.
Maybe bronchiolitis . Your baby may have bronchiolitis. This is caused by a virus often rsv. If you believe that your child is having trouble breathing you should have him or her evaluated by a physician.
See below. It sounds as if your child has a cold, however, if you are concerned that your child is breathing too fast or too hard, then your child needs to be seen.

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