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    Default Snoring ?

    My 21mth old has always been a snorer. Wether he is sick or well.
    my dh thinks it's not normal.
    he snores so loud we can hear him up the other end of the house, with his door shut!
    i check on him a few times before I go to bed. He grunts and snorts if I disturb him a little by shifting his position or pulling the sheet over him.
    He is a good sleeper, sleeps 7.30-8am straight through.



    Should i be I be asking our gp?

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    I would be heading to your GP and asking for a referral to an ENT just to rule anything out. Could be nothing, or it could indicate an underlying issue.

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    Check out his tonsils. ...are they really really big ...that could be the cause...He may need them taken out ...

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    I would say got to the GP for a referral to an ENT specialist... I have snored all my life and it's causing me some issues now. I will need to get my tonsils removed which is a big deal as an adult, not so much as a kid. I wish my parents had of dealt with it when I was younger...


 

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