Usually, croup can resolve itself on its own. However, sometimes the condition can cause breathing difficulties, a high-grade fever or difficulties in swallowing. We spoke to Dr Pramod Nair, for the best advice on this condition and how it can be treated. We found out the answers to your FAQs on croup in this latest article.
If your child is wheezing, finding it difficult to breathe and has a mild fever, it could be a case of bronchiolitis. We spoke to one of our leading paediatricians Dr Pramod Nair about the respiratory virus, including whether it is a serious condition, how to recognise it and how it can be treated.
PoTS is a condition that usually affects children after the onset of puberty, causing them to experience a drastically increased heart rate and dizziness when in an upright position. These symptoms can limit your child’s ability to perform regular day-to-day activities and impair their overall quality of life. Dr Pramod Nair, a highly experienced paediatrician, explains more about it and how you can treat it.