4 1/2 month mature beside a chest cold?

Just recently our 5 yr prehistoric son was hospitalized for the beginnings of Puenmonia . Now our infant is showing some of like signs - such as chest conjestion. I've already taken her to her Doctor three days ago. Frustratingly enough because she is so childish their isn't much they can do with medication. I'm not supposed to be "worried" unless she spikes a fever, her breathing seem labored and she she has a adjustment in appitite and self-image. Three things - I can't tell if her breathing is labored, I own a stethescope (but I can't distinguish between her normal sounds and ones that would be a red flag), 2) Her coughing sounds JUST HORRIBAL!! It's definitly contained by her chest. 3) This is most probably the happiest baby contained by existance and she is smiling even through her coughing fits. I feel completely helpless like I am supposed to only watch as she get bad plenty to be hospitalized too. She should be getting better I judge - not worse. HELP!?

Answer:
When my son was around 6 months infirm, he got a horrible chest cold. Called the doctor and him anyone so young, there's not masses options. What I did be this. I went and get some of those Shower Soothers, and I used those for him. I just turned the shower on as hot as it would shift, put the thing contained by there and stood surrounded by the back of the shower holding him. It help him alot with both his breathing and the cough. Johnson's make a vapor bath for babies, and it works. And you may try a humidifier near a little of the gooey Vick's' Vapor in it, or a short time Baby Rub(baby version of the Vapor Rub stuff).
My son be two months premature and was contained by and out of the hospital with chest related issues. Keep a close eye on the child...if she is normally a glowing baby and spirited and she is not now, survey her carefully...return with a humidifier for her room and keep it on adjectives the time...make sure that the heavens in your house is pure as possible...no cigarette smoke or anything...

If it's be three days, and she is not getting ANY better, you need to steal her in and grasp her checked by a pediatrician...don't wait any longer...my son done up in the hospital for three days within an oxygen tent and she may need to shift there...if anything, if you pinch her to the hospital, they may be able to put her on a nebulizer right away...

the most big thing to remember is that her oxygen level need to be checked if she is still have labored breathing. When someone isn't breathing very all right, they slowly lose oxygen in their body...so, transport her into emergence, have her oxygen level checked and her wheezing checked...be firm, but patient something like and most importantly, don't panic roughly anything. Get a babysitter (or husband) for your other one and grab a correct book and go sit within the hospital...get her checked properly...after three days she should NOT be breathing resembling that unless it is just a adjectives chest cold, but then at most minuscule you'll know for sure because her oxygen levels will be fine...

I spent two years past its sell-by date and on in the emergency waiting for my son to be looked at...don't quality bad for getting her checked...better out of danger than sorry...

Good luck and I hope she's feeling better soon...
If she is not better contained by a day or so. travel to a different Dr.<she is your child & if you are not happy w/the first Dr. later it is your right to go to another> & yes obtain a humidifier & run it 24/7. for a peace of mind I would take her surrounded by.
as a parent you feel helpless/& it is firm Not to be worried
Blessed be. I will say a Prayer <>< for her


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