Hi and thanks for the query,
getting an exact diagnosis is worthwhile in order to establish a better treatment and monitoring plan. A chest X ray
, spirometric tests to have an idea of air volumes of the child, immunoglobulin E
levels in blood to exclude an allergic component.
The past history and clinical symptoms would be better managed by an pulmonologist. I suggest you book an appointment in this regard. However, taking drugs could lead to symptomatic and temporal relief, but actually knowing the exact cause shall lead to long term impacts and monitoring.
Thanks and hope this helps,