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This is a common condition is young ones, and is the main reason for noisy breathing in their first year of life. In a majority of the cases, this resolves on its own by 18 months of age. In your son's case if the symptoms are persistent you need to consult with a paediatrician. Especially if the laryngomalacia is affecting his breathing.
Sometimes the sounds can also be caused on purpose by your son, therefore, you need to assess whether he is making the sound on his own or as a result of the laryngomalacia.
If you feel his phlegm is stuck and he does not have proper breathing or coughing reflexes consult a paediatrician at the earliest.
Since what age he was suffering with laryngomalacia.
Frm 4th mnth