Babies with asthma do not have a wet chest.They usually have a dry persistent cough with wheezing [whistling sound] when they breathe. The most likelty cause of your baby's chest complaint is repeated viral infections. This problem usually stops once a child is about 2 years old, but sometimes may continue until the child is 3 years old.Using the nebuliser when your baby coughs or has this wet chest should be of help. If the problem gets worse please take him to see a paediatrician.
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