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Bronchial asthma, chronic condition, productive cough. Prescribed augmentin, cefedroxil, predicort. Medication safe to use?

My daughter XXXXX 3yrs is suffering from bronchial asthma according to doctors, from past 18 months , she iS having cough ,productive in nature. Every month she is having three weeks illness n one week ok. Doctors had prescribed tab predicort, nebulize diolin, budecort. I am afraid now of giving her so much steroids and antibiotics like augmentin , cefedroxil. PLEASE SUGGEST ME SOME TESTS TO SEE WETHER IT IS ASTHMA OR ELSE..... AND HOW IT CAN BE TREATED
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IT IS ALLERGIC ONLY
NORMALLY IN MY XPERIENCE IF I STOP GIVING ANIMAL PROTEINS LIKE MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS,
STRICTLY THE CHILD STARTS TO IMPROVE IN SYMPTOMPS
I USUALLY PRESRIBE MONTELUCAST AND FEXOFENADINE
YOU CAN GIVE STEROIDS IN BAD CONDITION
GIVE LESS STRONG ANTIBIOTICS ,NO BRUFEN,PARACETAMOL OR VITAMINS AND MULTIVITAMINS OF ANIMAL SOURCE
TESTS BLOOD SERUM TESTS FOR MILK SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
YOU CAN ALSO GET TEST FOR OTHER PRODUCTS YOU GIVE
YOU CAN ALSO DIAGNOSE FROM TLC
TOTAL EOSINOPHIL COUNT AND TOTAL IGE LEVEL OF BLOOD
Answered: Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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