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Child seasonal allergies, cough morning, strained throat, give sinus rinses, zyntec, humidifier, asthma give flovent. What is it?

My 8 year old has seasonal allergies, which we treat with sinus rinses, 1 1/2 tsp zyrtec and a humidifier at night to keep things loose. He also has asthma which he takes flovent for each day. His congestion causes him a deep throaty cough in the mornings the most. To the point his throat can be strained when he talks. He doesn't seem that stuffy to be honest. What else could be going on?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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WE DONT NEED TO ADD MILK AND DIARY TO CHID DIET
NORMALY BREAST MILK NEEDE TO CHILD TIL 2 YEARS AFTER 2 YEARS NO NEED OF MILK AND DIARY
YOU CAN ADD FRUIT JUICE VEGETABLES SOUP AND CEREALS IN DIET
I ADVISE YOU TO STOP ALL MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS
USE MONTELUCAST AND FEXOFENADINE AS ANTIALLERGIC
ATER WITHDRAWING MILK AND DIARY YOU HAVE NOT ANY PROBLEMS IN FUTURE
INITIALLY THE ALLERGIES ARE LIKE THIS IN CHILD AND THESE GOES IN CREASING
AND ULTIMATELY CONTINUOS SYMPTOMPS AFTER SOME AGE
SO WITHDRW THE MILK AND DIARY YOUR CHILD WIL BE OKAY
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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