For us my daughter started getting sick a lot with coughs. She didn't get sick at all until she turned two and then she got pneumonia and bronchitis multiple times along with bronchiolitis, was hospitalized twice (she had to be put on oxygen for the bronchiolitis), and had a cough that never seemed to go away. When she started playing at playgrounds or playplaces I'd notice that she would start coughing as she was running around. But the doctors dismissed it when I asked if it could be that. The second time she was hospitalized she was finally diagnosed and given inhalers and it has made a night and day difference! :-) She never really wheezed but that's another sign. I'd ask your pediatrician about it or look around for medical websites with information on childhood asthma. I know most kids diagnosed at a young age outgrow it. :-)
Lets see, we are a family of asthmatics. I was found to be one at age 24. In my case I had problems running up stairs and started coughing up little pellets of mucus. Had my first bad attack at 26, went to the doctors 4 times in 2 days and finally they sent me to the ER and I was admitted. I had a virus that settled in my chest and I had a terrible almost constant cough and could not catch my breath.My husband was found to be asthmatic at age 42. He caught a cold that would not go away and that snowballed into asthma. He coughs and coughs, and has to sit up to be able to breathe okay.
My kids (all 3 premature) would cough and wheeze. You could see each ones chest cave in while trying to breathe, and hte area around the lips got blueish and they looked kinda pale/gray in the face. They all would throw up during a bad attack.
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