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Should an ENT doctor be consulted since my baby has a feeble voice and keeps getting choked when she cries ?

i have a daughter she is 8 month old,when she cry her neck is choking also her voice is not so loud.she is able to pronoune words. is there any issue ?should i cunsult with ENT doctor?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

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You need to visit a good ENT research centre as the child requires a thorough evaluation followed by an endoscopy. This can be secondary to laryngeal malformation or enlarged adenoids causing this problem.
Take care


Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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the kid is having allergic cold and stuffed nose with laryngitis. Yes you should consult your ENT for further treatment to prevent the condition not to spread to lower respiratory tract or to ear.
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Answered: Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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