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Bad cold, blocked nose, bad cough, breathlessness, watery eyes, used nebulise. Help?

hello doc my son is 4nd a half and i stay in gurgaon.we were in delhi 2 yrs son developed really bad cold last year with deep beathing as his nose was doc asked to nebulise him but i tried steaming which helped.this\\ winters he had one episode of really bad cough .he wakes up in the middle of the night and tries to release the mucus and in doing so he gets beathless and watery eyes,his doctor now tells me to nebuise him as there is weezing sound.he also has sd to give him montair lac kid for 1 month.are these medicines safe what is weezing which i woud like to understand
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear..I have gone through your post in which you have mentioned about wheezing in your son.
Wheezing is a continuous, coarse, whistling sound produced during breathing due to broncho-constriction (obstruction of smaller airway passages) which is indicative of Hyper-responsiveness of air passages (seasonal allergy or asthma)
The medicines suggested by your Doctor are correct.
Nebulisation will provide symptomatic relief by causing broncho-dilation (dilating the smaller airway passages, relieving the obstruction & increasing airflow to lungs)
Montair is Montelukast, used as a maintenance therapy to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies & asthma by reducing broncho-constriction.
So...continue the medicines as suggested by the Doctor.
There is no need to worry...just make sure that your child is well protected from the cold.
Wishing your son a good health and speedy recovery.
Thanks & Take care.
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