Croup never persists for 6 weeks unless it is the congenital form of croup. She may have a condition called tracheomalacia which is a temporary softening of the cartilage which supports the voice box and the wind pipe or trachea. Please get a second opinion as it is important to make a correct diagnosis. I suggest that your baby sees a paediatric pulmonologist. There are experts in all the main centres in SA.
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