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    Hay Fever

    Hay Fever is one of the commonest allergies in the UK. Nine million of us are familiar with the runny nose, sneezing, headaches, watery eyes, itchy throat and breathing and sleeping difficulties that can last throughout the summer. Read more →

    hi i need some advice my baby is 7 months old, and has breathing difficulties. he chokes when he lies flat, he very tight chested and wheezie all the time, seems to get ocasional have panick atacks when he is coughing. and worst cases goes blue around the mouth. everybody i meet says he sounds like he has a bad chest infection. he has seen so many different dr in these 7 months, they all say the same he is eating and most of the time well in himself so they arn't worried. send me home, i have got an inhaler for him but it does nothing. i feel like im going crazy i cant sleep im up with him all the time incase he chokes. what can i do?? what is it? any advice would be great.





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    My son was like this and it was due to his adenoids being to larg and bloking the back of his nose, he had them out at 3 years and was so happy after his breathing was so much better and infections cleared up.

    we have just found out that our grandson has flat head syndrom and it could cause learning difficulties is this true,





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    Give him/her water rather than milk..... Sounds cruel, but it worked with my two boys. They eventually realised that water was on the menu, and started sleeping through the night after a very short time....

    my daughter who is 10 has always had a painful left leg and it turns in. if she runs she is screaming in pain or has a long walk it really restricts her and she has had some nasty trips as she is very clumsy we have tried to get her help we tried insoles physio and have seen several doctors round about the time we noticed her intoing about 2 half she started having speech problems and she could do the alphabet and count to twenty but after that she couldnt and has learning difficulties and memory loss please help her as she gets very down about it





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    I have headaches constantly and it makes it worse when swim and put my head under the water. I recently had my braces tightened and this is making it worse but I had had symptoms before that. I haven't suffered from any of the other symptoms except the trouble sleeping but I have had that nearly all my life. A symptom I have also got is my head starts 2 twitch a bit and it makes me blink a bit more than usually . I am 13 years old and It started a few weeks ago. I just need some help. :)





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    I have a son who is now 5 and he has a flat part to his head on one side, when he was born his head was perfect but it seemed to flaten from him sleeping a certain way. I asked the health visitor about this and was told not to worry. His head is still flat on one side but after seeing embarrassing bodies for kids I am now concerned that this should have been corrected. Do I need to worry? Is there anything that can be done now he is 5 years old? I do worry about the shape of his head especially id he goes bald in later life as hair hides it to a degree.





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    Hi, my 6 year olf daughter was exactly the same. I wasnt even sure if it was a verruca when I started treating it but has grown considerably. I went to the dr's about it as felt that the bazuka wasn't helping but was just told to persist. The dr also advised that she file it herself as it can feel more painful when someone else does it. My daughter also sleeps quite deeply so on occassion I give it a good file while she's sleeping, and also make sure you put the bazuka right around the edge of the infected area so no air is getting through. It has been a couple of months, never missing a night and only now I feel it is beginning to show that it's working. Hope this is helpful.

    I am nearly 16 and have a phobiea of having a blood test, i simply refuse to have it done. I wouldnt say i have a phobiea of needles because i would much rather a needle in the bicep (if the top part of my arm is called the bicep)of my arm than a veiny part of my body. It just makes me cringe to even lay my arm out straight with my wrist facing up and if anyone grabs my wrist with there fingers grasping my veins i'll literally GAG OUT LOUD, i can't even think about it without crossing my arms. i tryed to have a blood test at one point way over a year ago, i could'nt help my hystericle behaviour, i was crying before i was even in the seat, i could'nt control my breathing and i was just all over the place scared to death and could'nt go through with it. I need a blod test. It would be so amazing and extremely hepful if anyone could give an answer that would help my phobeia in anyway please x =D please dont leave any sarcastic answers thank you x





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    Hi I am going through exactly the same thing with my son, now 12 but he has been like this since he was a toddler. We have just been refered to a Gastroentirologist recently. He was on meds for reflux but that didn't seem to make it go completely.There is a condition called eosonophilic oesophogitis where certain trigger foods cause a delayed reaction in kids sometimes days after.They tend to have issues with eating, trouble swallowing, vomiting, coughing while eating, having to drink between mouthfuls are some of the issues. My son described it as it is like he has a door in his throat and sometimes it is open and the food goes down ok, and sometimes it shuts and the food gets stuck.He then has to induce vomitng to get the food out.He has also been running off to the loo like this since he was 4. He gets a ' look' on his face and stops eating and you can tell what is coming next. The Dts thought it might be a hiatus hernia but 2 bariums showed nothing untoward wrong.The only way to diagnose eosonophilic oesophogitis is with an endoscopy and biopsies which look for more than 50 white blood cells present in the osophogus which normally should not be there.These are caused by consuming food/ foods which the child is allergic to, but because the reaction is a delayed one it is harder to detect.The cells inflame the throat causing scarring and this causes the dysphagia ( trouble swallowing) This is what I am trying to get the Drs to check for woth my son as he is typically atopic ( allergic ) . My son has year round rhinitis, mouth breathes and many allergies including pets, dust, tree and grass pollens, foods and asthma since he was 1. Also in young children failure to thrive or being small for age, sleep difficulties, tummy aches and lots of ear/ throat infections are very common as well as what you mentioned. I hope you get some answers and us too ! It's been a long road !

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    My son had always been a big dribbler. He could easily go through 8 of the specialist baby bibs.he always seemed to have a cold and snored very loudly. At 12months we had an unsuccessful ent appointment. I persisted and eventually recorded by son sleeping which showed long pauses in his breathing. I also videoed him sleeping which was quite disturbing as it showed hin recessive breathing.At 2yrs and 4mths they removed his tonsils and adenoids and not a dribble since. They were so big they were causing sleep apnea!





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    I am 16 and i had the operation in febuary of 2009. I was diagnosed idopathic scoliosis and it occured in later teenager years, Unlike how channel four stated that it is only genetic. I would like to say that i did not have any breathing difficulties as i was still able to do everyday activites. I would like to know whether the breathing difficulties were based souly upon the scoliosis that Jade suffered or if there was a different problem as i had a 65 degree curve and a large twist. Fortunatly my operation went smoothly and i have just past my year aniversary and everything is fine with an subtle thin scar down my back. Thank you to my doctor. And i am willing to talk to people that are preparing for an operation.





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    sory i cant write english is well but may be u understand ,,,my 8 years old son hav problem wen he sleeping he didnot breath nd lips become purple for 1 minute,,wen doc giv him tablts for worms after 1 week 8 inches worm in has stool,,now after 1 year again he sleeping n did not breathing n lips become purple its become cronical wat should i do plz can u tel me it is symtoms of worms or not?





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    You need to take him to hospital when his lips turn blue and he is not breathing, It could be dangerous. It might be nothing but I would get it checked out. try a different doctor, take someone with you that can translate into english in case the staff don't understand. I do not think worms cause him to stop breathing turn blue good luck

    I honestly suggest you take him to the hospital quickly as this doesn't sound like worms. the hospital is the right way to go. Like m said ask them for a translator as this could be life threatening.

    My son is 2yrs 6 months and had his tonsils and adenoids removed 10 days ago. From the age of 8 months he has been a heavy mouth breather, had loud snoring and constant dribbling. After numerous trips to the doctors and an ENT specialist at 12 months who told us he was fine I took matters into my own hands. I recorded him on my mobile sleeping, when he was on his back he had long pauses in his breathing up to 10 seconds. I took this to the doctors and this time they referred him straight away to the ENT. Before the ENT appointment I videoed him on my phone whilst he was asleep on his back which showed him intercosal breathing, his chest caved in and his rib cage raised, in fact I took this to A&E as I was worried and they nurse was really shook up with video! As my appointment was only a few days later they let us come home. The ENT consultant took one look at both videos and checked his tonsils and confirmed they were some of the biggest he has seen. It has took a good 10 days for him to be back on track following the op, the dribbling is a bit better but should improve, no snoring although his voice seems higher? and just seems a lot happier. He was always a really good talker but I'm interested to see how things impove. Tough 10 days but worth it. The doctor confirmed if he had carried on breathing at night like that it would put too much pressure on his heart.





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    I had spinal fusion surgery when i was 16 years old aswell.I had a 73 degree curvature with a twist at the top near my neck. I too didn't have any breathing difficulties, i did have to wear a brace before my operation for 23 hours a day for 15 months, which unfortunately didn't make a difference which is why i had to be operated on. I agree that the operation is extremely worth it.





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    When my 11yr old daughter is breathing i can hear her, even from a few feet away. Sometimes her breathing is a bit raspy & also she itchy's her chin whilst coughing. She did have Asthma as a young baby, but that faded out.





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    since my baby was born shes had problems with her breathing, she always sounds very chesty and has a constant cough, also seems to have problems breathing through her nose and is a very heavy breather and snores very loud. when she was born they said she was a very mucusy baby and there was nothing they could do and it would just pass in time,(i have mentioned her breathing and my concerns to various health care proffesionals)but last week i took her to the doctors about this and the doctor said my baby had rsv virus (bronchilitus) but if this was true she has had it for over 10 weeks. does anyone know what this could be and how i can help her, im at the end of my witts. thankyou





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    You need to take him to hospital when his lips turn blue and he is not breathing, It could be dangerous. It might be nothing but I would get it checked out. try a different doctor, take someone with you that can translate into english in case the staff don't understand. I do not think worms cause him to stop breathing turn blue good luck

    I am aware of a boy in Hull who had alot of difficulties getting a diagnosis .He was suicidal and excluded from School. He is back at School and hopefully things will get better for him.A diagnosis will help to get access to support .if you think he has ASD then I would have thought that was a good basis for a diagnosis to be made . It is difficult as lot of symptoms can relate to other difficulties though the Spectrum of Disorder includes a range of these difficulties. A Internet search should provide a list of Autistic groups in your area and support that they can provide. You could get a bit of publicity going and start your own support group with other local parents. even my own town has a Autistic drop in centre. Good luck .

    Hi im 20 and have had asthma all my life. I was rushed into hospital as a baby and toddler because of breathing difficulties. Like most of you, my mother panicked the majority of the time. Commonly, my asthma is worse at nights and winter, it always has been. I advise you to visit your GP and explain the symptoms and they should prescribe you with a blue inhaler (ventolin) which contaons steroids and is a fast acting reliever. This is only for short term relief! If needs be the GP can prescribe you with a stronger more long term reliever. For mums out there worrying about their child having asthma, fear not! It hasnt prevented me from doing anything and i am now a succesful rugby player. Thanks for your time and remember, dont panick!





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    hi your storys all sound the same to myn. ryan was in hospital at 5 months old with bronclitis for 10 day in a oxygen tank and on a feeding tube. and nebs every 2 hours. before this he had about 5/6 colds and 3 chest infections. since this he has been in hospital another 2 times he is only 10 and half motnhs old. i also felt like a nerotic mum was at the docs every week . i asked to be seen by a specialist as he was chesty all the time. it would start of with a watery eye runny nose then go straight to his chest which would last for weeks he would sound clear for 2/3 days then would all flare up again he also has dry patchy skin on his face chest and back. he has trouble sleeping as coughs all night. anyway we went to see the specilait and he has etopic dertmatis which is ezecma allergies hayfever caused by the atmosphere .dust pollen etc. got told it could be his adnoids why he was breathing loudly which was apparent at the apt.would be seen in few weeks to look at this further. well 2 weeks after this he had a very bad breathing artack again which sent him back in hospital for 3 days. back in the oxygen tank and nebs. he is now finally bieng treated for asthma. sent home with 2 inhalours a brown one which is the preventer and a blue one which is a reliver for as and when the brown one is to be used every day and night for life via a spacer. and since he has been using them he is sooo much better. he got a cold last week with a cough we though oh no here we go again but the inhalors have stopped the normal attcks he has.. im just confused what allergies causes his probs and if this is what causes the flare ups? i think it could be food allegie but unsure maybe its milk related as he is sick 6/7 times per day. any help greatly recived.i worry every day.





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    why dont you demand to see a specialist, get tested for allergies, keep going to the docters and demand. its no good asking on here, if you think your baby has allergies then get tested, its the only way my daughter now 3, has eczema, allergies and ashtma since diagnosed at the age of 1. had 3 ashtma attacks now its controlled, few. allergies to dairy, wheat, eggs, fish, all nuts, onions, garlic, mustard, house dustmite, tomotoes, artificial colourings.

    My son is almost 2 and does not sleep for more than 1 - 2 hours at night. He has no problem in going to bed and falling asleep and will often ask to go to bed but wakes through the night and ends up sleeping in our bed. The Health Visitor suggested sleeping in his room and patting his bottom when he woke up to settle him and he would sleep through after approx 2 weeks, i slept in his room for 6 weeks on an airbed and he still does not sleep through. Controlled crying did not work either.





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    I would love a solution to this too. My 18month old has always had a bedtime routine and goes to bed fine and even on his own now. But still wakes up 3-4 times a night. Over the past 18 months he has slept through the night maybe 10-15 times. He has a dummy and soft toy comfortor and normally I can just put his dummy in and he is back to sleep. Recently during the hot weather he also had a viral infection and high temperature so we started giving him a little bottle of water when he woke up in the night to cool him down and send him back to sleep. Now 3 weeks later he ia still waking up and now asking for a drink (water) and not just taking his dummy, but will if he has had a bit of a drink first approx 1 oz. Is the drinking causing him not to sleep more than normal? Is he now depend on a bottle during the night? What can I so to get a full night sleep? Waiting for some lovely advise

    why does my daugher dribble yellow fluid whilst sleeping





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    Hi, Just wanted to say I have a 9 year old with learning difficulties and we've tried everything. We tried the patches but she got a skin reaction to it do we stopped. We also did the op to turn her saliva ducts round (transposition of sub-mandibular ducts). It seemed to work for a while but soon the dribbling came back so I think it was a bit of a waste of time. The doc did say in the end that it's a "learned behaviour" so we now have to teach her how to swallow, wipe her mouth and close her mouth all of which she finds difficult (..having learning difficulties!) but of course we won't give up. It's just a bit like 1 step forward 5 steps back!! Just before summer she had 10 baby teeth taken out (..ouch!) & now that they are coming through again you can imagine what the drooling is like!! I'm no GP or speech therapist but I sure have seen a few over the years & the best advice I got from them was about teaching your child how to close and wipe their mouth and remind them to swallow. Also they need to breathe through their nose not their mouth like my daughter who is a habitual mouth breather as she seems to get lots of colds!! Good luck & I hope you found this useful.

    im 13 and i wed the bed and its really annoying i need someones help like i dont feel the tinkle when im sleeping but my mom says that im lazy thats why should i try to have a empty bladder? help





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    I went under the water because I was exhausted in swimming and might have by accident swallowed water. when i got out, i had breathing difficultied. does anyone know if this is a sign for asthma





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    It is constent coughing wezzeness in ur chest and feeling really tyed tight chest and strugleing to breath after exersise no it is not a sigh for asthma i will no because i have it

    Just for reassurance I thought I'd share my experience. My son had a very flat little head but sure enough as he got older and started shifting his sleeping position it has gradually corrected itself without the need of helmets.





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    Hi my name is Anthony I am 22 I had adhd when I was younger but I stopped taking my dexanphetamines when i was about 13 when i started smoking I have quit now and I sometimes have difficulties with concentrating on things and I also have quite bad mood swings I get very andry very quickly what should I do?





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    Most of you should check Dyspraxia...... especially those with language problems.and...sleeping problems....it is quite common...but uncurable





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    Try sleeping on your back which really helps me because I have really sore boobs as well so I hope this really helps.

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