Hi, I woke during the night to my 7mo breathing quite rapidly, almost reminds me when your running really fast? Didn't seem to bother her, I heard her do maybe 3 or 4 lots x 5 secs until I held her hand and the breathing went back to normal. I don't remember my first doing this, has anyone else bad this? Maybe she was dreaming even?
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01-09-2015 00:49 #1Junior Member
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Rapid Breathing in 7mo
01-09-2015 06:29 #2
My dd's have asthma, & I count their respiratory rate (the number of breaths in a minute). At that age,my dd usually breathes around 40, she starts 'puffing'as you described at around 60 &usually it means she has a respiratory virus. Ive been told to take her to hospital at around 80 (but we are medicating her asthma). Is it happening throughout the night,or just for a few seconds? If its a few seconds, I would be inclined to think she might be dreaming?
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