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Child. Cough and cold. Can tixylix and t-minic be given? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Doctor:I am xxxxxx
User:My daughter is having cough and cold
User:she is 1 year 3 month old
User:i have tixylix
User:is it ok to give her for dry cough?
User:and t-minic for cold
Doctor:Tixylix is prescribed for dry cough
User:what about azithrol?
Doctor:Azithral is antibiotic
Doctor:it is only required when needed and will be prescribed by the doctor after listening to her chest sounds
User:Shall i give Tixyli and t-minic to her?
User:or need to go to hospital?
Doctor:Only one Tixylix is sufficient
Doctor:Did your doctor mention the dose last time?
Doctor:When was the last time you met ?
User:2 days back she was having fever and doctors given medicin for that....
User:now there is no fever
Doctor:But did the doctor give Azithral as well
Doctor:Did you complete the total course?
User:No, 1 month back doctor given azithral for some infection
User:i belive...
Doctor:Ok just give TIxylix
Doctor:for two days
Doctor:same dose as prescribed the doctor
User:It will work for both(cold and cough)
User:TIxylix is not adviced by doctor, it was adviced by my friend...
Doctor:What did the doctor give in the last consult two days back
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