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    Default Baby snoring

    My ds2 21 months in recent nights almost sounds like he is snoring or struggling to breathe.

    It almost reminds me of sleep apnea.
    I'm glad he sleeps in my room so that I can pay attention as it's really unsettling.

    I don't know if he's congested and blocked up - he doesnt have a runny nose, but the rest of us are sick so not sure that a virus hasn't manifested itself in another way. It's not croup as he's had that a few times this year so I know what that sounds like.

    I'm quite concerned and will take him to the Gp.

    Does anyone have any experience with this? It sounds horrible.

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    My DD does snore a little when she isnt well. We use fess nasal spray or drops to help clear her nose.
    I would try and record the sound you hear at night and take him to the doctor to get him checked out to be on the safe side.

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    My first son was a snorer, and I took him to a craniosacral therapist, she gently manipulated around his jaw, nose and neck, behind his ears etc, and no more snoring. It was quite amazing.

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    That may be an idea, might take him to the baby chiro he used to go to to try and see if they can help.

    I did tape him last night, and he has his 18mo check up on Thursday so will ask. It really is terrible.


 

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