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Child suffering from recurring colds, runny nose, coughing, swollen glands, ear pain. Treatment?

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My 3 yr old daughter has been suffering from recurring colds and the symtoms are usually runny nose(thick green in colour),coughing, swollen glands and pain in the ear.My biggest concern is her breathing at night(snores and battles to breath properly) and even when she speaks her voice sounds congested.We usually receive antibiotics when we take her to the doctor and it will only clear her symtoms for a while and then it starts all over again.What should we do
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
ANTIBIOTICA ARE NOT NEEDED IN MANY PATIENTS AS THE FREQUENT ANTIBIOTICS CAN HAMPER THE GROWTH OF IMMUNITY IN GROWING AGE
THE REASON OF FREQUENT COLDS IS THE MILK
CHILD REQUIRES BREAST MILK TILL 2 YEARS AND AFTER THAT NO MILK
IF WE ADD MILK AND DIRY TO CHILD DIET 75% CHILDREN SUFFER THESE PROBLEMS
IF YOU WANT TO BE COMPLETELY OFF THE DISEASE WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY COMPLETELY FROM DIET ADD VEGETABLES FRUIT JUICE SOUPS IN DIET SHE WILL RECOVER COMPLETELY OF THE SYMPTOMPS
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