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One year old baby has difficulty in breathing. What should be done ?

I have one year old baby who is growing fine, but there is one thing that makes me worry. Sometimes he has difficulty breathing. What could be his problem? please help me....
Asked On : Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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Hi , i would like to know since how many days is it been noticed?You need to give in some more details.Just as a benefit of doubt get a chest Xray done.It looks there would not be any pathology assosiated wth this complaints.In that case you should better try with homeopathy,as it is safe ,gentle and harmless for your small baby.
Answered: Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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Please mention at what situation does your baby has diffculty in breathing. While feeding, while sleeping, what posture exactly? Could be anything from simple snuffles ( cold with nose block) to allergic bronchitis or may be an anomaly of the palate.
And you may take an opinion form a pediatrician who can see & examine the baby.
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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