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Asthmatic, upper respiratory infection, taking pulmicort suspension, prelone syrup, having cough. Suggestion?

my daughter is 3 and mildly asthmatic, she is sick at the moment with an upper respiratory infection and the doctor presecribed pulmicort isuspension and prelone syrup with her anti biotic. I think she is having a reaciton to the pulmicort as she is coughing continuiously and not getting relief , please help, I want her to get through the night, without a visit to the casualty. I do have one respule of duolin, should I give it to her?????
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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these are foods interacting
study milk theory as the milk is animal protein it is not competible with human proteins child need breast milk for 2 years and no milk after
as we add milk and diary manychildrs get asthma and allergy
that flares in ahead in life
if you withdraw milk and diary proteins from her diet completely she will recover
add other food like vegetables creals fruits and juices
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