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Your child may also experience innocent heart murmurs where the levels of red blood cells are low. In most cases, these types of heart murmurs go away with time, but sometimes, they last for entire life. They do not cause further health problems though. These types of heart murmurs are usually the outcome of structural problems of the heart.What is a heart murmur and is it dangerous?
One of the most common “abnormal” behaviors is the heart murmur. A heart murmur is a sound often characterized as a “whooshing” or rushing of fluid that can be heard between heartbeats. However, as frightening as this may seem, a heart murmur is not always a bad thing and in many cases is completely normal.What are the symptoms of reflux in infants?
Reflux usually starts before a baby is 8 weeks old and gets better by the time they're 1. Symptoms of reflux in babies include: bringing up milk or being sick during or shortly after feeding. coughing or hiccupping when feeding. being unsettled during feeding. swallowing or gulping after burping or feeding.