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Cough and wheezing while breathing. On maxtra oral drops. Take levolin syrup?

Hi, My daughter is 3 month old and suffering from cough and makes weezing sound while breathing . My doctor prescribed Maxtra Oral drops intially which we continued for 2 times a day for four days. Also doctor precribed Nasoclear 3 times a day whcih we continued for one time a day for two days only (though doctor prescribed us 3 times a day for three days but my daughter was so much irritated after first dosage itself that we were scared). Doctor asked us to buy and give Levolin syrup ( Levosalbutamol yrup 1 mg/5ml , Cipla) if cough is there. Now Shall I start Levolin syrup and stop Maxtra drops ? Sahll I continue nasoclear?Please suggest.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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usually in these cases Maxtra and nasoclear work out fine. But if wheezing continues then you should go for levolin. You continue nasoclear drop as it will prevent dryness of nasal passage.

You wait for 4 days of treatment after which you start levolin. And keep your baby warm.

Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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