My daughter is now 6 mths old. Since 2 months, after getting a cold, she was put on an abuteral nebulizer. I brought her back to her pediatrician 2 times cause it sounds like she's got congestion in her chest..also wheezing and alot of coughing. The cough does sound wet. When she spits up..it seems like alot of mucous. She is constantly wheezing, even 10 minutes after a breathing treatment. I've put a humidifier in her room. Her nose does not run, so they don't think it's allergies. Dr. says to bring her in if she needs treatment every 3 hours. I've done that and they say her chest is always clear. I can hear the congestion in her lungs just by putting my ear to her chest. When she gets excited, her breathing does become more labored...more wheezing, shorter breaths. This morning, after having a treatment, she fell asleep on my chest. I got scared cause she seemed to not take a breath for about 5 seconds..which doesn't sound like a long time, but for a baby it is. It's like she was holding her breath. Sometimes, when she has difficulty breathing, she'll do alittle bit of a grunt. I believe this is also affecting her eating. She eats baby food fine, but her bottles, she won't finish. Everyone says she should be eating 8oz by now, but I can barely get her to finish 5oz. I switched her formula 2 days ago to Soy and Lactose free because i think she's got Gerd. She was spitting/vomiting after every bottle. Please help me..I'm very worried about her. Her weight seems on tract, but I think something is really wrong.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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