A child\’s little body can make a big sound when wracked with. To help your child cope with a, know the common causes and treatments you can try at home. A cough is usually a sign your child\’s body is trying to rid itself of an irritant, from mucus to a foreign object. Common causes of cough include:
Infection. P Colds, and can all lead to a lingering cough for kids. tend to cause a mild to moderate hacking cough; the a sometimes severe, dry cough; and has a \”barking\” cough mostly at night with noisy breathing. These viral infections are not treated with antibiotics, but can be managed with other medications. Symptoms in children may include, frequent /spitting up, a bad taste in the, and a burning sensation in the chest known asPP. Treatment for reflux depends on a child\’s age, health, and other issues.
Try these three tips: Remove trigger foods from their diet (often, peppermint, fried, spicy, fatty foods, and caffeine and carbonated drinks). Eat at least two hours before. And eat smaller meals. See your doctor if you are concerned about your child\’s. AsthmaP can be tough to diagnose, because symptoms vary from child to child. But a cough, which may get worse at night, is one of many. The other may be a cough that appears with increased or during play. Treatment for depends on what\’s causing it, and may include avoiding triggers like pollution, smoke, or perfumes. See your doctor if you think your symptoms. /sinusitisP can cause a lingering cough, as well as an itchy throat, watery, or.
Talk to your child\’s doctor about to find out which allergens cause the problem, and ask for advice on how to avoid that allergen. Allergens can include food, pet dander, and dust. Your doctor may also recommend Pmedication or shots. , also called pertussis, is characterized by back-to-back, followed by an inhale that has a \”whooping\” sound. Other symptoms may include runny nose, and. is contagious, but easy to prevent with a. Whooping cough is treated with. Other reasons children cough. A child may also cough out of habit after having been sick with a cough; after inhaling a foreign body like food or a small toy; or after exposure to irritants like pollution from cigarettes or fireplace smoke.
Coughs are a pretty common symptom of loads of harmless childhood illnesses, from colds to the flu. In some ways, coughing is actually a good thing в itвs a reflex that helps protect babyвs throat and chest airways. But itвs also a signal of an irritation in babyвs air passages: the lungs or throat. If the cough lasts for more than three to four weeks, itвs considered chronic and isnвt typically normal for infants. Common infectious causes of chronic cough include, and. Noninfectious causes include, exposure to cigarette smoke, and. So itвs definitely important to have babyвs doctor check him out.
To treat a cough, itвs not recommended for infants to have cough medicine, but you can try non-medicinal treatments like bulb suctioning and using a cool-mist humidifier in babyвs room, and putting baby in a more elevated position can be helpful. You should see your pediatrician if your baby has any trouble breathing, is breathing more quickly than usual, has a blue color to his lips or face, has a fever over 100. 5 degrees Fahrenheit (if baby is less than two months old) or is feeding poorly. Your pediatrician will discuss the symptoms and do a thorough physical exam, including listening closely to baby s lungs. Plus, more from The Bump: