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Child suffering with frequent runny nose, sneezing, cough, mild fever, done AEC test. Ideal treatment?

Dear Doctor, my son, 14yrs old, has been suffering from frequent runny nose , sneezing , cough , mild fever altogether, since a longtime (6 to 7yrs). I got him tested for AEC. The count is 1250. What does it mean? What should be the ideal treatment (either naturally or with medicine) ? Also, he has been becoming very lean day by day. He weighs 46kgs now. Kindly advise and counsel me, sir!
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
th is allergy abnd these counts are increased in allergies
the symptomps show tht he is allergic to wheat
you get your child blood tested for specific antibodies for wheat,milk,potato,chana,rice,egg
it will be either potato or milk or wheat and potato probably
you can ask and go for slit therapy for that which gives permanent care
in the meantime
give singular 10 mgm bd
tab rhinitidine 150 mgm morning
syp paractin 1/2 tsf night
for fever diclofenic sos
post after results will guide you in future
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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