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Mom Notices Something Unusual in Baby’s Breathing—When She Sees Her Chest, She Rushes Her to the Hospital

From SIDS to improper nutrition, detecting what is wrong with a newborn can be one of the most challenging feats for a mother.

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It seems as though just about anything can happen to them while they’re sleeping in particular, which is what gives mamas that sixth sense to keep an even closer watch when their babies are snoozing.

When Charlie O’Brien was watching her 4-week-old baby Luna sleep, she instantly noticed that something wasn’t quite right. Upon opening her onesie, she noticed an unusual pattern in her infant’s breathing that has now made its way across the web.

Watch Charlie’s viral video below, and take heed to her warning in order to protect your little ones from danger this upcoming cold season!:

“I stumbled across this on my phone and thought it may be useful to share

When Luna was 4 weeks old she had a really quiet day of sleeping and barely any crying (unusual for Luna!)

I was watching her sleep next to me and realised it didn’t look right. I unbuttoned her babygrow (onesie) and this is what i saw.

 

EDIT 2: I am getting so many media requests from huge media organisations who work to make a profit. So if you are one of them & wish to use this content please make a donation to our chosen charity before sharing. Thanks in advance, Charlie x

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/charlie-o-brien2

EDIT NOTE: I can’t believe how far and wide this video has reached! So glad it’s helping.

Ps this was a year ago and my baby is fine now, thanks for asking xx

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I stumbled across this on my phone and thought it may be useful to share

When Luna was 4 weeks old she had a really quiet day of sleeping and barely any crying (unusual for Luna!)

I was watching her sleep next to me and realised it didn’t look right. I unbuttoned her babygrow and this is what i saw.

Sucking in at ribs is a sign to get your baby or child to hospital.

She had bronchiolitis and her oxygen levels were very low. Luckily after a night on oxygen she made a very good recovery.

We’re heading into the dreaded season of non stop colds coughs and viruses so thought it was worth a mention xx

Posted by Charlie O’Brien on Thursday, September 20, 2018

Sucking in at ribs is a sign to get your baby or child to hospital.

She had bronchiolitis and her oxygen levels were very low. Luckily after a night on oxygen she made a very good recovery.

We’re heading into the dreaded season of non stop colds coughs and viruses so thought it was worth a mention xx

EDIT NOTE: I can’t believe how far and wide this video has reached! So glad it’s helping.

Ps this was a year ago and my baby is fine now, thanks for asking xx”


If you would like to support Charlie’s chosen cause, Asthma UK – a charity helping children and adults with breathing difficulties live a better life – you may donate here.

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