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My 9 months old baby is hyperventilating

After my 9 month old coughs, she has these spasms, like she is hyperventilating, or trying to keep herself from coughing again? Not really sure what it is that she is doing??? Any Ideas??? she does not seem as tho she is in distress, it just has mommy and daddy on edge.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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1. Are you Asthmatic.
2. Was your baby premature delivery.
Answered: Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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to answer your question, Yes I am an asthmatic, but so far have not seen symptoms in either of my children. And to your second question, she was only 2 weeks early no problems.
Answered: Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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Most likely ur baby has Asthma. Start Syp. Acebrophylline 2.5 ml (25 mg) twice daily so as to mature her lungs and prevent development of full blown asthma.
Answered: Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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