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Please help!!! Croup / Pneumonia / Bronchitis 5 months old


I hope someone can have a look at this.

My sister (breastfeeding) and her 5 months old son have been hospitalised after the baby had a bad attac of croup cough 2 nights ago. Barking cough and fever for 3 days. He was diagnosed with bronchitis and pneumonia. Mucus watery, prefers to be carried or in horizontal position . Mum recons he has had a cold from he was born, therefore weakness in respiratory. He had his first immunisation 2 weeks ago.

Today the cough became slightly productive and temperature dropped, mum and baby still in hospital .

I forgot to mention, the little boy has fair hair, blue eyes. He is breastfed, not sure exact size but looks more like 8 months old. Mum says he has always had colics and bowel issues and could cry old day.

Could anyone recommend a remedy for the little guy or for the mum?

Thank you.

[message edited by Renee999 on Mon, 12 Nov 2012 21:25:59 GMT]
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  Renee999 on 2012-11-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

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