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Daughter suffering fro asthma. Taking budecort, seroflo and asthalin. Can I give Montair LC. Dosage? Alternative to inhalers?

My 8 yr old daughter has been on budecort 200 inhalers, 4 puffs a day with asthalin inhalers as SOS for a cough variant athma from the age of 2 and a half years. This was one on a daily basis. But she id not do that well and on changing my pulmonologist she was asked to take 4 puffs of seroflo 50 inhaler daily with asthalin s Sos and she seemed to do better. I have decided to taper down her seroflo 50 and have managed to bring it down to 1 puff at night only. She has been taking it thus for the last 1 month. How do i go about it further? I would like to use the seroflo also only as SOS if required but i fear to stop seroflo without any backup. Is it advisable to give her Montair LC Kid for 15 days? If yes, then what i the dosage? If no, then what is he other alternative to stop her dependnce on the inhalers.
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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THESE ARE ALLERGIES NOT PROPER ASTHMA
NORMALLY CHILD NEED MOTHER MILK FOR 2 YEARS AND AFTER 2 YEARS NO NEED OF MILK WE CAN ADD JUICES FRUITS VEGETABLES SOUP ETC
WHEN THE MILK IS NOT TOLERATED BY CHLDREN MANY OF THEM THERE ARE SYMPTOMPS LIKE THIS
YOU TOP ALL MILK AND DIARY COMPLETELY YOU WONT HAVE TO GO FOR MEDICINES SHE WILL BE OK WITHIN 3 WK
YOU CAN CONFIRM BY GETTING BLOOD SERUM TEST FOR MILK SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES I AM SURE YOU WILL GET POSITIVE JUST ELIMINATE AND SEE .I HAVE TREATED THIUSANT CHILDREN LIKE THIS
TILL TIME BETTER TO GIVE INHALER AND PLAIN MONTELUCAST 5MG OD OR BD
Answered: Tue, 7 May 2013
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