BedsonTrudeau over a year ago. Guest over a year ago. Couldn't find what you looking for? New Reply Follow New Topic. JettSilver over a year ago As I start to eat I get the feeling best described as a bubble high in my chest. I feel like I need to burp and then I vomit phlegm only. You can always place her on her stomach during the day when you are alert and watching her and she is not in deep sleep, but don't do it at night.
I always placed my daughter on her side or back at times and elevated. The suctioning thing never worked for me. But the above did. Also, I did give all my kids a 4 oz bottle of chamomile tea. It relaxes there stomach and bowel muscles to help ease any gas pain. Just don't use honey.
Humidity, lots of fluids, 1 mil of mylanta between meals or before bedtime, sometimes tea, elevation should all help relieve any major concern. I still have my cushion if you want it. My youngest is 2 and I will be giving it away anyway. Also, if you are ever concerned that your daughter can't breath and are panicked, turn the shower on full blast on hot, close the door, and sit her in her car seat or something in the bathroom not the shower.
The immediate rush of humidified air should open up her airways and let her start breathing better, then call your doctor. Hello K. Anyway it will thin her mucus and become easier to go down. If that doesn't work, use the saline then suction it out with the bulb thing from the hospital.
As far as the tea, never tried fennel, however I did use chamomile tea for all of mine, I sweetened it just a tad with sugar and made it very weak. It did soothe them. Good luck:. The only thing I can think of is an aspirator to get the mucus out. Have you tried Gripe Water for gas? Switching my little one at about 8 weeks old to lactose free formula made all the difference. At about 10 months I tried regular formula and the mucus came back. So we are back on lactose free.
He will be turning a year old in a week and his pediatrician has suggested we use lactose free milk until he outgrows this. Saline and suction can work miracles. It really breaks up the mucus. Just put a few drops in each side, wait a few seconds and suction out the mucus. You can do this as often as you need to and it won't hurt them. It isn't very hard when they are so young. When they are older they will fight you though. This cleared up many sinus infections before they got bad enough to use antibiotis or cause ear infections.
Our ped always says to do this first. Both of my sons were "snotty babies" and this did the trick to keep them sleeping comfortably. The comment below about cutting out certain foods if you are breastfeeding may be well worth the try, too - for both the congestion and gas. I know it works for myself to cut out dairy when I've got allergies or a cold.
This sounds like acid reflux to me, just like another respondent mentioned. At this young age, don't take anything for granted. The pediatrician isn't going to think you are nuts for bringing baby in when you need guidnace on how to handle these issues and you may end up averting a bigger problem later.
The fact is we can all come up with lots of possibilities of what this is, but we aren't there seeing the baby ourselves. Congrats on the new baby from this mom of 2 beautiful children ages 3 and 4. Green beans? Anything like that which might be coming back up? Best wishes.
How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer. It may be bile. The mucus in this case will be brown and grainy. The good thing is that it is a temporary condition and resolves with a change in your environment.
Some of the serious causes of brownish phlegm could be lung or respiratory infections. Your lung will start to produce more mucus when you get a respiratory illness. This usually helps to trap bacteria and other foreign matter. Your brown phlegm could be a sign of chronic bronchitis or indicate other more serious infections such as emphysema or lung cancer.
Irrespective of the cause, you can try a few steps to help clear sticky phlegm. Here's what you can do about this situation:. Try salt water gargling: You should make a saline solution by adding a pinch of salt to lukewarm water and use it to gargle. Kill her now. It's not a trilling birdsong we'll hear from her but a dirge for everything we know…kill her…" "Soon," He soothed her, stroking her hair gently.
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He crouched so that he was at eye level with her. She drew back and let fly a punch at his nose, her face falling as the punch just halted, an inch from its target. She glared at him again, but he noted with satisfaction, that this time her eyes held fear too.
He patted her head indulgently. You won't be going anywhere or hurting anyone. Here's mine. Pleasure doing business with you. His relief was palpable. The page had been torn and dirty in spots and he hadn't been entirely sure of those missing words in the text of the incantation and the resulting effect on the spell. Other foods that cause mucus in the throat are wheat based products, whole grains and eggs. Mucus helps to combat any entering microbes. Once there is an infection, an excessive amount of throat mucus is secreted as a defensive mechanism.
It is this excess as well as thick mucus that accumulates in the throat so that it can be ejected out of the body. Although less common, viral infections can cause mucus in the throat. Examples of these are whooping cough, chicken pox, as well as measles. Briefly, any kind of infection, for instance fungi, bacteria, or virus, can trigger the production of excess mucus in the throat and the nose.since I was 6 weeks pregnant I have had this mucus running down the back of my throat constantly,I have to spit it up cos when I do try to swallow it doesn't go down,it sits there then it makes me throw up, it's making me miserable, trying to work is horrible, constantly having to excuse myself, HELP does anyone else know wot to do as I don't think there is any meds I can take xxx.