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Can fenistil and bronchicum medication be given for cough to children ?

my baby is 14 months and has cold symtoms for 4 days which are fever, runny nose , cough, sneezing , pharygnitis, low apetite, pink inner ear due to pharygnitis as the dr said. the dr didnt prescribe any thing except paracetamol alternating with ibubrufen she said that she is young for any other medicines for cough and runny nose.i think i can give her fenistil and bronchicum for cough
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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Every cough is not same. The medicine to be given can be decided after taking into consideration history and clinical examination. It is not advisable to give medicines to such a small child without doctor's recommendation. If you want please take a second opinion.
Answered: Mon, 7 May 2012
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Ayurvedic medicine can be safely given to your baby.start giving her septillin syrup 5 -8 drops two times a day.syp koflet two times a day.continue with the already prescribed medicine.
if you have queries ,you are welcome.
Answered: Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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