semalam balik aje keja
aku bergegas pulang ke rumah
sbb kena bwk ain ke klinik
ain demam malam kelmarin
dan berlarutan smp ptg semalam
aku risau sgt
takut apa2 pulak
sjk dia bertukar nursery baru nih
so g klinik
doktor bgtau demam panas biasa aje
cuma ada throat infection macam selalu
dlm masa yg sama
aku terangkan keadaan si auni
"it might be asthma"
"ada sesiapa yg ada asthma"
kata doktor lagi
"asthma ubatnya hanya ventolin"
"dan dia hanya buat nebulizer kalo keadaan dah akut sgt"
"hanya kena control alahannya aje kepada keadaan yg sejuk,berhabuk,berasap,dan bulu2 binatang"
banyak pendapat & petua yg kudengar ttg penyakit nih
melalui website kesayangan ku www.susuibu.com
dan banyak jugak yg kubaca melalui website
aku paste mana yg aku rasa kan hampir keadaannya dgn auni:
"Babies are susceptible to respiratory infections and may commonly be seen coughing or wheezing. However, mostly these symptoms are related to colds, or infections of the upper respiratory tract. However, coughing or wheezing may also indicate asthma.
What is asthma?
Asthma is a respiratory condition in which the tubes that transfer air in and out of the lungs become sensitive and inflamed. Upon contact with a trigger, the muscles around the walls of these tubes tighten further, making it difficult for the person to breathe. Since these airways are small in babies, even a small degree of inflammation or contraction is sufficient to give rise to symptoms of asthma.
You should consult the pediatrician if your baby:
Wheezes on more than one occasion.
Has continuous bouts of coughing that get aggravated at night.
Displays an unusual form of breathing.
Suffers breathing problems in response to a cold, or allergens such as dust or smoke.
Here are some facts related to asthma in babies:
An isolated episode of wheezing is no reason to suspect asthma. If wheezing is recurrent, the pediatrician may prescribe tests to check for asthma.
Most kids who wheeze as infants outgrow it and do not have asthma when they get older. Less than a third of babies who regularly wheeze during the first three years of their lives, continue to do so as they grow older.
Asthma if uncontrolled can, over time, seriously damage babies' lungs. To avoid this, the pediatrician may prescribe asthma medications to babies who have symptoms of asthma, even if the diagnosis is not confirmed.
Paul Banas is a founder of GreatDad.com. He writes articles on parenting skills, parenting, pregnancy and dads, parenting tips, baby names, adopted child and many more topics related to dads.
aku cuma berharap & berdoa penyakit asthma si auni takkan berlarutan smp dia besar
smg anakku sihat selalu hdknya
dan aku sdg berusaha utk mencari theraphy terbaik utk menyembuhkan penyakit auni & takkan putus berharap smg auni membesar dgn baik spt bayi2 lain..aminn..