Most children grow out of it, so give it time - Having Children with Laryngomalacia


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Yeah, that was my first reaction when Ransom was diagnosed by an ENT with this condition at about 2 months old in 2011.   His case was relatively mild and the noisy breathing began to subside around 6 months and now at 2 years old, is mostly gone.  I still hear it occasionally when he is concentrating on a toy or puzzle but for all intensive purposes, it is gone.

Laryngomalacia is a lazy flap near the voice box.  In most cases it is harmless but can be very scary.

What we didn't know about this condition is that it's inherited and tends to run in families.  Looking back, I believe that one of my older kids had a mild version of this as we…

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