How Can I Tell If My Baby Has Asthma?


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Muhammad Ali Profile
Muhammad Ali answered
It is always a pleasure to serve the people so caring like you. Asthma is basically a chronic respiratory disease. It is often arise from different kind of allergies.

So when you find these symptoms in your baby. You should be careful. And you can tell now that your baby has the asthma. It is due to the following reason that people get asthma. One of the greatest reason of all time is pollution of the modern era. It specially included the pollution in air and atmosphere. Another reason for this is the carelessness about the personal hygiene. Many people around us don't care about their personal hygiene. And those people cause for different kinds of diseases. So be careful from them. A child is specially very sensitive about his surroundings because of his sensitivity. He may catch a disease more easily than a mature man.

So if your baby is coughing enough or if he feels pressure or tightness in his chest. Or if he feels difficulties in breath. You can tell it that he has got he asthma. It is a chronic disease.
Puneet Singhal Profile
Puneet Singhal answered
Some of the symptoms and signs that can tell whether your baby is suffering from asthma or not is:

Frequent coughing
Unusual rapid breathing
Whistling sound or wheezing when breathing in or out
Frequent loss of breath
Loss of appetite
Ashley Bennet Profile
Ashley Bennet , 5 years as a certified nutritionist at American Society for Nutrition, answered

Asthma can be severe in both adults and babies. In fact, you can base on some of the following symptoms to check if your babies contract asthma or not.

1. Difficulties in breathing

2. Having frequent cough

3. Wheeze and chest tightness.

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Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
Interestingly, this website says asthma is a "popular" disease. It does suggest "grandma's remedies". If you actually suspect your baby has asthma, get to a doctor, first and foremost.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Yes, that diagnosis is not always simple.
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Tom Jackson answered

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