DS 29 months was the same from birth, but then gradually got worse each month due to 3/4 infections each month, young babies can be stuffy but I knew my little one had other issues due to all the infections, in end up he had to get his adenoids out when 1 year old to help him, it eventually stopped all the mucus being trapped within nose he started to get better but also had other underlying conditions, I would monitor your little one if your not happy ask for pediatrician referral
Another one whose baby had their adenoids out at 13 months. Constant runny nose and worse at night/in skeep indicate adenoids or something similar. Ask for a referral to ent. If the breathing is worse in her sleep or feeding take videos to show your gp.
Speech and language therapist. My DS had them as he was admitted to hospital for poor feeding and couldn't breathe properly. it might not explain what's going on with your DDs nose, but there could be another underlying problem with her suck, swallow co-ordination. They will just watch you feed her and listen to her throat, neck and chest and look out for specific facial expressions that could indicate her difficulty.
Oh that’s interesting @SomeBerryJam, I didn’t know SALT were involved with such young children.
@Gileswithachainsaw I’ve been dairy free for 2 months and egg free for 3 weeks. I already don’t eat meat so my diet is now quite restricted which is difficult. The next stage is to cut out soya but I’m reluctant as it’s in EVERYTHING and I honestly don’t know what I could eat.
She’s just had a feed and she’s snoring noisily while on my shoulder.
She has a posterior tongue tie while was unsuccessfully snipped a few weeks back. Waiting on an appointment for another revision. Do you think that would be contributing to it? Clutching at straws
I wouldn't mess about with guessing allergies etc with a baby this young. Just go straight to gp and ask. If you don't sort soon you are heading into virus season (winter) and you will find it will get worse and might start restricting her growth and development.