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Child down with cold, taking remedy of ginger juice and honey, has excessive boogers, redness in eye. Cause?

Hi 9 days back my 7 year old son was down with cold and cought. My paediatrician had prescribed him -Ambrodil-s syrup, -Synasma Syrup and -Arcetif syrup. he was ok with that for some time. he again had a runny nose last week on 22nd and the doc prescribed him -Syrup Alaspan -syrup DilomBM. I had been also been giving him a traditional remedy of ginger juice mixed with honey ...about 6-9 times a day as of now till yesterday, he has been having a lot of eye boogers(like eye mucus ) and some redness in the eye there is no cold but there is cough esp at night. yest morning he had slight fever at 4:30 a.m, then at 8:30 p.m he had fever as well.I have been giving him Crocin Ds. He is ok otherwise my questions are -Has he been getting eye booger because of the cold, or because i have given him too much or ginger juice(which may have given him lots of heat) or is it conjunctivitis? -Can we given Crocin every 6 hours as apreventive measure or shud we administer it on as and when required.? -Do you think an antibiotic is is the 3rd day of fever....?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you can solve this by applying milk theory
child needs only breast milk till 2 years and after that no milk
as you add milk and diary proteins the child get having many problems of various systems
and it increases as child grow and can menifest at any ageas milk contain animal roteins and these are non competible with human proteins
stop milk and diary proteins completely and after few wk child will start recovering with no recurences add other foods
till then treat according to symptomps
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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