cadesmommy (539.9 days ago) Does she have acid reflux? It commonly is a cough at night (bc you are laying down). I would def get it checked out.
julz (540 days ago) I would take her to an ENT and also to an allergist, my son is allergic to dust mites, we had to wrap his mattress and buy special blankets and such. He only had a cough at night and he was actually at the allergist for a stomach issue and they decided to test him for environmental allegies and he found he had the dust mite allergy. Good Luck!
ash.a (540 days ago) My son was exactly like this!! His coughing was so bad at nights, sometimes he did vomit (very rarely mind you!). I have been told for a long time that he has asthma, so we resorted to puffers in the middle of the night a lot. Recently we torn the carpet out of our house, and low and behold his coughing at night stopped almost immediatley! I was amazed - and annoyed, seeing as I asked the Dr more then once if the carpets could be causing the issue. I was told that due to the severity of his issues, it would not be the carpets. How wrong he was...
Epopea(blue) (540.3 days ago) I would also listen to her little lungs. My niece had walking phnemonia that had settled in quite baddly because no one had thought that would be an option. She was 4 at the time and had just started school. Phnemonia usually acts up at night and/or when lying flat. Hopefully that is a long shot, but I`d give it a try just to be sure. Wishes for an answer for you!
fananda (540.6 days ago) if nothing comes of further tests I might also try using different detergents - it could be what you wash the bedding in that is irritating her. There are chemicals in some of these that can really effect sensitive noses and skin. Something like Ecover, Seventh Generation or even a special baby detergent could help.
blessed x3 (540.6 days ago) Thanks ladies. I have just made another appointment, and am going to insist on them referring me to an ENT specialist.
Leannas ♥ Mummy (540.6 days ago) try leaving a window open at night, i get very wheezy at night because of the heating.
soon2be3 (540.6 days ago) Yep, I would take her to an ear, nose, and throat doctor. It sounds like post-nasal drip, which could be caused by seasonal allergies.
Dezzi (540.7 days ago) I would get her checked out. Could be adnoids that have grown too big (they are simular to her tonsels). I had large adnoids to the point that I was deaf as a little kid. My brother has large adnoids (he never went to get them removed) and he is a mouth-breather, talks like he is plugged up, his breath *stinks* (from always breathing through his mouth, especially has he sleeps).
TaraR (540.7 days ago) My husband has bad allergies but last year he had a cough that he couldn`t get rid of and he was very nasal-y. He constantly had a stuffy nose. Turns out he had polyps in each nostril. The right side was so bad that it had spread right under his eye. The doctor said it looked like old molded jello. Sorry that was gross. Anyways...I really think you need to take her to a specialist or something.
redhead (540.7 days ago) I would take her to an allergist. Sounds like my husbands symptoms. He`s allergic to ALOT of things. The coughing always gets worse at night, and he always sounds like he has a cold.
mommymachine (540.7 days ago) I dont know about the throwing up, but my 3 year son was always wheezing and coughing and we had to wait 8 months for an allergy test. Turns out he is severely allergic to dogs, cats, feather mix, horses. And allergic to snow mold, grass mix and trees. His little body has been constantly struggling for air even when he is not coughing or wheezing. We have to find a home for our cat immediately and have to get rid of his down blankets.
over-the-moon for BLUE x3 (540.7 days ago) you need to bring her back to the docs or to a specialist....you know your child best and clearly this isnt normal for her. maybe an ear nose and throat speacialist to see if she has enlarged adnoids or something