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2 year old, frequent cold, cough, asthma. Taking montair. Continue medication?

my daughter of 2 years old frequently attacked by cold and cough . when it was examined, she had asthama. she was given montair -4 mg for 3 months. after stopping the dosage of montair she again is having the symptoms of asthma . and getting cold and cough frequently. what should i do now, are the montair tablets to be continued? please advice
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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MONTAIR TABLET IS SAE YOU CAN TAKE FOR MONTHS EVEN
BUT YOUR CHILD IS ALLERGIC TO MILK AS MY EXPERIENCE AND YOUR HISTORY
I AM SURE YOU WILL GET RESULTS AFTER WITHDRAWING OTHER MILK THAN MOTHERS MILK
STOP ALL MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS
MOTHERS MILK AND OTHER FRUIT JUICES CAN BRE GIVEN AND YOU CAN TRY ALSO SOYAMILK
GET THE BLOOD SERUM TEST OF CHILD FOR MILK SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
I AM SURE THIS WILL BE POSITIVE
GO FOR SUBLINGUAL IMMUNOTHERAPY AFTER THIS AND CONSULT THE ALLERGIST AFTER THE RESULTS
IN THE MEAN TIME CONTINUE MONTAIR TWICE,THRICE OR EVEN 6 TIMES WHEN AND AS REQUIRES
FOR NOSE APPLY NEOSPORIN H EYE OITMENT IN THE NOSE TWICE A DAY
AND PUT SEA WATER IN THE FORM OF DROPS IN NOSE AT NIGHT
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