sleep clinic for toddler

EE mom

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My 3-year-old son has trouble breathing at night. After taking an x-ray, our paediatrician says that his air passageway is quite narrow, and recommends us to bring him in for the sleep clinic. Although it's not painful, I'm afraid that it can still be traumatic. Was wondering if anyone else has brought their child in to do this. If so, how would you weigh the pros and cons?

My son had sleep study done for a night in Hong Kong Sanatorium Hospital recently. It wasn't that disturbing as I initially thought off. He fell asleep soon and surprisingly, only woke up briefly once.
We had this done (in Canada) as my child snores a lot, had large adenoids,and we were able to take the machine home and do it there. he was 2 at the time.