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Child has cold, taking Sinarest, fever, cough. Can Sinarest and Crocin be taken together?

Hello doctor, my son who is 9 months old has since yesterday cold and I am administring him Sinarest AF drops after consulting paedetrician. However since yesterday night he has fever above 100 degrees and for which I am administring him Crocin drops (baby) 0.8 ml since yesterday. He has little bit of cough as well. Is it ok to administer him both Sinarest AF and Crocin drops parallely? And for cough will both these suffice or do I have to adminster another medicine for cough?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query.
Sinarest af drops doesn't contain paracetamol and hence, you can give sinarest and crocin( paracetamol) simultaneously without any problem. However, ensure that you give crocin, every 4 to 6 hours to keep the fever down, whereas sinarest to be given only twice a day preferably.. This is enough to treat the cough if it is a simple flu.
If the child id still ill after 72 hours or getting worse, kindly take him to the doctor again.
Hope you are reassured.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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