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More serious respiratory illnesses in babies. If your baby has symptoms listed above, she may have one of these common respiratory diseases: Flu; RSV; Pneumonia; Whooping cough; Croup; Bronchiolitis; When to seek emergency medical care. If your baby shows any signs of respiratory distress, seek immediate medical care (talk to the doctor, call 911, or go to the ER): Turning blue; Rapid breathing.

It could be respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), the leading cause of infant hospitalization in the United States, experts say. RSV causes symptoms similar to those of other viruses, including stuffy or runny nose, fever, coughing, sneezing, loss of appetite and irritability. For most little ones, RSV isn’t serious. If your child has any of the following symptoms, call your doctor. These symptoms could mean that the baby has something more serious than a cold: Fever in an infant 2 months or younger Difficulty breathing (especially if the baby’s nostrils widen with each breath), wheezing, fast.

What started out as a common cold turned into something much more serious for an 8-week-old baby. And now her mother is sharing warning signs to help other parents identify the symptoms early —. Colds aren’t serious, but they can turn into more serious illnesses. It’s important to have your pediatrician look at your baby if they have a cold and are under 2 or 3 months old — especially if.

Signs your baby has something more serious than a cold Signs your baby has an allergy not a cold How long do colds last in babies? Cold symptoms typically peak on day two or three when babies have a cold, then gradually improve over 10 days to two weeks. In younger infants, make the call when symptoms start especially if your baby has a fever. Cold-like symptoms might actually signal a more serious illness, such as pneumonia or an ear infection. If your baby is 3 months or younger, call the doctor right away for a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher. “Babies under 3 months are at higher risk for more serious problems when they get sic.

Low body temperature can be serious. When a baby’s temperature drops just one degree below 97.7°F (36.5°C), oxygen use increases 10 percent in an. If your little one is too cold, he must exert more oxygen to warm himself, depleting energy reserves and lowering his heart rate.

In extreme cases, hypothermia can set in. Ensure your baby is not too cold, especially in a drafty room, by checking for physical signs and getting an accurate read of his body temperature. Resources for your journey.

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While babies may become mildly dry during any sickness, decreased fluid intake for several days during a normal cough, cold, and fever rarely is significant enough to worry about.

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Although it’s normal for a baby to have a slightly stuffy nose or make a snuffly noise when she breathes through her nose, she may have a cold if she has a very runny nose and goopy eyes, is fussier than usual, has trouble eating and sleeping, and perhaps has a slight fever.

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If your baby feels warm, if his skin and mucous membranes are dry, if he shows signs of not feeling well or has the symptoms of a cold or flu, you’ll probably need to take his temperature.

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A baby with a cold may have a fever of around 37.5°C, a cough, reddened eyes, a sore throat and a runny nose.

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This temperature range will help protect a baby from SIDS risk and prevent your child from waking uncomfortably hot Although your child’s fingers may sometimes feel chilty. as long as the back at her neck is warm, she’s fine.

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Comparing the abdominal temperature, which is representative of the core temperature, with that of the extremities can identify a cold baby (see Fig. 43.2).

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Cold-stressed neonates and infants younger than 6 months cannot shiver to generate heat.

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Symptoms: It can be hard to tell if a baby has an ear infection, but if he rubs or tugs on his ear, is irritable, off his feeds, vomits, doesn’t respond to quieter noises, and has a temperature a few days after the onset of a cold, he may have an ear infection.

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A careful observer can recognise that a baby is feeling cold before the baby actually becomes cold, by assessing the baby’s posture, activity, skin colour and peripheral skin temperature.

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◆ Nasal discharge: Your baby may accumulate enough mucus in her nose to cause sniffles or some visible “runniness” but in these first few days of life it’s unlikely to mean that she already has a cold.

“The Essential First Year: What Babies Need Parents to Know” by Penelope Leach
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