It should be noted that, in general, if your baby coughs with dyspnea, high fever, vomiting, etc., even if the cough is mild, if it lasts a week without relief, you need to see a doctor immediately. So, what kind of disease information will your baby cough pass to you?
Common cold: direct cough, mucus can be coughed, not accompanied by wheezing or difficulty breathing.
In addition to coughing, the common cold is accompanied by other common cold symptoms: runny nose, sneezing, tears and mild fever. The cough caused by the common cold usually runs through the cold until some other cold symptoms disappear without significant improvement or aggravation. Cold-induced postnasal drip syndrome (a syndrome in which secretions from nasal diseases flow back to the back of the nose and throat, and even back into the glottis or trachea, stimulating the main manifestations of the cough reflex) can lead to worsening cough in babies, which can be removed by sniffing if the baby has a runny nose.
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