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Child prescribed Ambroidil and Nasivion for cough and cold. Still runny nose and cough

hi. my son is 7 month old. he has got cough and cold for the last almost 15 days. one child specialist prescribed levolin, nasivion mini and maxtra. after the course is finished, we saw another doctor as he was not relived and now the second has suggested ambroidil-s and nasivion mini. it is so difficult to have him those medicine. after lot of effort he takes some medicine, but till now he has not recovered and from yesterday his nose is running and today his cough is also sounding very horrible sound. please suggest..
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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NOW YOU GIVE YOUR SON SYP COAMOXYCLAV 2 TIMES DAILY ACCORDING TO BODY WEIGHT FOR 7 DAYS ALONG WITH THE PREVIOUS MEDICATIONS. IF THERE IS NO IMPROVEMENT AFTER THIS THEN A CHEST XRAY TO BE DONE, AND THEN TREAT ACCORDINGLY.
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