Our 11 month daughter is very healthy and active, at times she has raspy breathing and has an occasional cough since teething began at 3 months. We ve been to pulmologist and says everything in chest ...
My 7 week old son has a very raspy cry for 3 days now. Today is sunday and i just had him back to the dr friday andt hey said he was fine and no congestion in his chest just a stuffy nose still. Ive been ...
I have a sore throat but not due to a cold. Voice is becoming slightly raspy. i have a lot of idegestion and burning in my chest and throat and stomach is very very bloated and hurts all day and night ...
a raspy breathing and just keep his mouth open & of course that is making him droll a little more than ... the suction. I also put baby vicks on his back, chest and feet. We have a humidifier and are not running ...
hi my name is amber i have a five month old baby and he has a raspy voice/cry and has had a fever ... son just got out of hospital with swollen lymhnodes and high fevers and chest pain that thought ...
is constantly Feeling raspy I can no longer feel i can sing my usual Tenor range any more I Am regularly ... for BP from 2001 onwards 2004 Asthma Diagnosed Semi Retired 2007 my GP has done a chest X-ray which has ...
Hi Im 23yrs old and have bulimia ive been having raspy voice and rash on my chest ?
treatment of bulemia is necessary
rash on chest is depend on what type and area pattern or its progression
so with this details i can not guide you further
plz give more details
Hi my one year old past four days sounds raspy and now has slight cough. She seems fine im just not wanting her to have a sore throat or in pain
hi,its advisable to get an ultrasound abdomen and chest
What causes a raspy voice?
Raspy voice is caused by laryngitis due to irritation of, or injury to, the vocal cords.
The commonest cause is an upper respiratory infection which is usually viral.
There are a number of other causes like a reflux of acid from the stomach, smoking, nodules on the vocal cords etc.
If it persists , your throat and vocal cords should be examined by an ENT doctor
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