, Can she sleep on her side so it runs out of her mouth instead of down her throat?
Rachelle, mommy to 8 year old boys! Always suction babies mouth after ever feeding. When my doctor said my baby had GERD, my first search was: “treating infant reflux”. This could be a sign of an problem within the esophagus/lung/trachea anatomy since birth. Swollen tonsils can block the airways, leading to pooling of saliva which may cause the baby to choke. or is it asthma? Connect by text or video with a U.S. board-certified doctor now — wait time is less than 1 minute! This morning we had our 4th incident of LO appearing to choke on what seems to be saliva or nothing at all, and I'm wondering if others have experience with this, because it's scaring the crap out of me. Europeans have always had their babies sleep on the back and don't have the SIDS rate we have.
. At least, I think she is choking on saliva. Has also started wheezing from time to time. My DD has had serious bouts of choking since birth. St John Ambulance provides information and courses about what to do if a baby or small child is choking. Can older babies choke on vomit while sleeping. Another reason for nighttime coughing and choking in babies is infant reflux 1. BNWilson3 posted: My 7 month old has always been a spitter. That means a newborn may choke on breast milk or saliva—and, later, baby food or, less often, mucus (from having a respiratory illness) or something they’ve regurgitated. If your baby was choking, I … Wait until your baby is at least 4 months old to introduce pureed solid foods. 0. my father is 55 years, he was sleeping and suddenly he made weird very loud noises from mouth, looks like choking, anything serious why it happened? Dr. Bharathi Vayuvegula answered. I hope it goes away after the baby is born!
My Blog-free homeschooling finds and my lesson plans and link to the new User Agreement