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What syrup do you recommend for a child with cold? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-Nov-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:one sec
User:my son (2 year 3 months) is having cold since 2 days
User:tried some home remedies, but didn't help
User:any syrup you recommend?
User:occasionally also has cough
Doctor:There are few syrups containing antihistamines such as Syp T minic that helps. However the dose of the medication need to be adjusted according to his body weight and general condition.
Doctor:Therefore I always recommend use of antihistamine drops to be started after consulting a pediatrician.
Doctor:I would suggest you to try nasovion XXXXXXX drops
User:weight is 13 kgs and he is good otherwise generally
Doctor:if he has severely congested nose along with warm food.
Doctor:Consult a pediatrician whenever feasible
User:nasovion nasal drops combined with Tminic?
Doctor:if symptoms don't improve with nasovion XXXXXXX drops.
Doctor:T minic drops can be used after you consult a pediatrician.
User:thanks for your time
Doctor:You can drop 2 drops of nasovion XXXXXXX into each nostril
User:will consult Paeditric
Doctor:and urge him to use warm food and warm clothes.
Doctor:Consult the pediatrician at a later interval.
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