Is it always pneumonia?
Netizen: My baby is now 33 days old, 10 kg, 56cm. In recent days, I often bulge my mouth out and eat milk, but sometimes I cry while eating, and I always sleep very little (the first half of the month after birth, again)13
4 hours, now sometimes less than 10 hours), mental state is okay, there is a slight nasal congestion after birth, now it is more severe at night, body temperature monitoring is normal every day, occasionally it will cough, I read that baby pneumonia will extreme mouthSpit bubbles, is this normal for my baby?
Liu Jiping (expert): It’s not right to say pneumonia just by looking at a little bubble in the mouth.
With only a slight nasal congestion, you can count the number of breaths a minute when the child is quiet. If the number of breaths per minute is more than 60 times, you can count them again after a while, and more than 60 times twice, you can suspect his lungsIs something wrong.
You open his clothes, and when he inhales, the lower part of the chest wall is sunken inward, and it is so severe that it can be judged to be pneumonia.
Infant pneumonia can be judged only by rapid breathing and severe chest depression.
Breathing faster must be due to inflammation and exudation in the lungs, which needs to be accelerated by oxygen.
The chest depression is when he is hypoxic, he needs more inhalation to cause the chest wall to sink inward.
If neither of these is the case, we cannot judge that it is pneumonia.
But is it a little bit cold or cold?
If this is the case, observe that if the body temperature is normal, no special treatment is required.
Because of the lack of sleep, I think the newborns usually sleep 15 or 16 hours.
It turned out to be 13 or 14 hours.
It may be that the adult has interfered with him too much.
For example, feeding too long, or changing diapers and bathing too slowly may be possible.
When you take care of him, these times are shorter.
For example, take a bath, prepare everything before taking a bath, wash for ten minutes, and then quickly get ready.
It ‘s the same with milk. After eating, you can coax and shoot again. The slowness of these nursing actions will affect his sleep.
When the child is sleeping, if he moves slightly, his eyes move, his hands move, and his feet move, it is actually a light sleep state, and he does not wake up.
At this time you don’t hold him up and coax and shoot.
You hugged him and disturbed his sleep pattern, instead of falling asleep, so you have no way to make him sleep well.
For thirty days, the rules of the child are not very good.
So don’t worry, take your time and give him a process of slowly establishing a regular life.
Allow him to form a habit of living, some kind of milking about once every three hours.
Sleep. If he sleeps for more than four hours in a row, wake him up and feed him again.
Basically, you have to know something. Generally, a breast-fed child is not hungry. When he wants to eat, he will look for it.
If you are fed, do not force him to eat if you are full.
For a little stuffy nose, you can take a warm towel and cover it at the root of the nose. It can also relieve it, but if you don’t deal with it, the child will not have any major problems.