My daughter has been having this wheezing sound while breathing in (no cough) for a couple of days but it seems to become stronger since yesterday. We will see the ped this afternoon but he is very old school and I was wondering if some of you Moms have an alternative remedy I could try like a special oil used in the humidifier. Olivia seems not to be bothered by her breathing and is pretty happy and playful. She looks pale to me though and after observing her for the past four days I feel better to have her checked out. From what I have read it could RSV. It is very cold here right now and the air is dry. Also the heater going constantly dries out the apartment and my husband and I both feel the dryness as well.
Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated. Thank You!!
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