Hey, your story sounds the same as min. Just wondering how the breathing is going with your daughter? My daughter is amost 3 yrs and has been doing the same thing since she was 3 months old. Weve had all the tests ran as well, but no answers! Just checking to see if your daughter ever outgrew it.
Mom3Times - Saw your post about your daughter and her "breathing spasms". I'm desparate to know if you've found anything more out about this "condition"!?!?!? My daughter is 27 months old and her episodes sounds A LOT like your daughters! My daughter started this when she was one month old and has continued to do so to this day. It is not an every day occurrence. But like you and your daughter, we have been thru the EEGs, EKGs, MRI, Barrium Swallow, etc. We, too, had a neurologist rule out infantile spasms which our home video resembled as well. Every time we see the pediatrician, they tell us "that's just something she does, let her grow out of it". After reading your story, at what point will they grow out of this?! I'd love to hear if you've learned anymore. Thanks!
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