In our time, it is rare to find completely healthy children. Modern children suffer from various diseases, both chronic and temporary. All mothers, probably, faced with colds and viruses in children.
Symptoms of viral and catarrhal diseases in children are usually the most common. These include: fever, runny nose, cough (wet or dry), general weakness, headaches, etc. But sometimes it happens that a child may have just one symptom, for example, a cough.
This can be a manifestation of many diseases, and not necessarily such a symptom – a sign of a cold or a viral disease. Let’s see what can mean a cough without fever and other symptoms in children.
I have often come across the fact that my daughter had a dry cough without fever. She felt fine, was cheerful and cheerful. But besides coughing, we had a slight stuffy nose without a cold. I suggested that such a cough may be allergic.
First of all, I cleaned up soft toys and other dust collectors in the room, constantly turning on the humidifier before going to bed for several hours. Over time, the cough ceased.
Your child may also have a cough in response to medications. Therefore, carefully read the instructions before use.
If the child has problems with the cardiovascular system, he may also have a cough. It is necessary to check the heart and consult a cardiologist, at least in order to exclude one of the causes of cough.
Yes, yes, and in this case, your child may have a cough without any other symptoms. Most recently, I suffered stress, I still have a hoarse voice and periodically tickles in my throat.
Look carefully at the child, watch him. Perhaps he is afraid of something or the teacher in the kindergarten is shouting at him, and maybe he is being offended at school.
If you notice a cough in a child without fever and other symptoms, do not turn a blind eye to it. After all, coughing can be a symptom not of a banal allergy, but of a serious cardiovascular disease.
Have your children ever had a cough without fever?