Hi and thanks for the question,
Recurrent lung infections associated with wheezing in this case deserves a keen evaluation. A family history of asthma or allergic rhinitis
is worth been considered in this case. Associated symptoms like fever and weight loss, loss of appetite could suggest a pulmonary tuberculosis
It could still be possible that she could actually have two respiratory tract
infections within the two months. However, excluding certain predisposing conditions to recurrent respiratory tract infections, excluding a atopic/allergic cough
condition and other infectious causes of chronic cough could be worth considering.
An evaluation by his pediatrician
or pulmonologist could be of great help.
Thanks and best regards,