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Child having breathing problem. Mucus obstructing airways. Nebulisation with doulin respule or saline solution recommended?

my son is 7 1/2 years old, and for a few days now has been compliaining about a bubble in his throat which comes and goes, and stops him breathing , which sounds like a mucus build of of phlegm , now has complained about itching in his ears for 2 days, and started to cough a little today, and I put him to bed, and 3 hours woke up with croup , barking, not managing to breathe, and I could hear the mucus obstructing his airways, I have a nebuliser at home, but only have Duolin respules 0.5mg/ 2.5mg in 2.5ml, if he wakes up again shall I nebulize him with one respule, or saline solution, obviously I am off to the doctor in the morning, but incase he waskes with another attack, 2 previous attacks we had to rush him to hospital, but that was 2 years ago. Thanks Nicole
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
might be adenoids or sinuses which can cause
get xray pns waters view and xray stn lateral view for adenoids
sure you will get answer and treat accordingly
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