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Hello! My sister's baby snored in her sleep. Since we didn't know the reason we used to laugh every time we heard her. It was so funny to hear a baby snoring like an old man. But, when she started to make pauses in her sleep it wasn’t funny any longer. My sister couldn’t sleep in the night since she thought the baby was going to die. When we took her to the hospital the doctor said she had big tonsils which had to be removed. Is this possible?

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Hello! Snoring and pause in breathing while asleep are two common symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea where the tonsils get in the way of breathing at night. Removal of tonsils is the most common procedure and it is generally 90% effective. Sleep apnea in children usually appears between two to six years of age but it can occur in infants as well. There are few different methods for performing this surgery and all of them are safe and effective. Don’t worry and good luck!
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