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Child have sneezing, runny nose and cough. Took allergy medicine for sneezing only. Have raspy breathing. What to do?

I took my one year old to the doctor wed, she was sneezing, runny nose and coughing, he gave her allergy meds to help which helped with the sneezing, but now she has a raspy breathing in the morning's mostly but still throughtout the day, her doctors office is closed till Monday, what can I do to help with the breathing?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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your child is allergic
IT IS ALL DUE TO ADDITION OF MILK IN DIET
WHEN YOU ADD MILK AND DIARY TO CHILD HE STARTS WITH THIS
ACTUALLY CHILD NEED NO MILK AFTER 2 YEARS AND TILL 2 YEARS HE NEED BREAST MILK
SO I WILL ADVISE TO WIHDRAW MILK AND DIARY FROM CHILD DIET
ADD VEGETABLES FRUITS CEREALS JUICES AND SOUP
IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO ADD MILK TO CHILD DIET
AND AFTER WITHDRAWING THE MILK AND DIARY
FOR TIME GIVE SYP ALLEGRA 1/2 TSF BD
TAB MONTELUCAST DISPERSIBLE 4 MG BD
SYP ASCORIL 1/2 TSF TDS
SHE WILL BE FINE WITH THIS MEDICINES
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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