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Whooping cough is pretty common in children, it is caused by bacterial infection. The affected areas are mainly lungs and the windpipe. Babies with whooping cough have spells of constant coughing for 20-30 seconds followed by a period of breathlessness before the next episode starts. It’s called whooping because of the bird-like sound of the cough. It can be dangerous in children under the age of 1 as they are already susceptible to other conditions like pneumonia, convulsions and even death.
Is just air (gas) inside a baby’s tummy which gets there when sucking on the breast milk or milk bottle. The baby gets irritated and fussy due to the discomfort and pain. It’s more common from bottle fed babies due to the fact that feeding from the breast allows, flow and sucking to be maintained at a slower pace according to the pull by the baby. Wind (gas) results in babies having less feed as their stomachs feel fuller due to the trapped air. Using certain postures can help the child burp, hence giving relief.