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Experiencing wheezing, cough, on breathing treatments, chest x ray showed a suspicious spot. What it could be?

My Grandson has been experiencing wheezing and cough for the last four weeks he has been on breathing treatments and just recently had a chest x ray which showed a suspicious spot that could possibly be pneumonia in his right lung . His doctor wants to.do follow up in about four to.six weeks could it possibly be asthma he is only six months old.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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MUST BE INFECTION WE CAN FOLLOW UP AFTER SIX WEEK AFTER COURSE OF MEDICINES IF INFECTION THIS WILL BE RESOLVED
BUT IF NOT IT IS ALLERGIC
AND IN INFANTS MOSTLY MILK ALLERGY
AS CHILD NEED MOTHER MILK TILL 2 YRSAND AFTER THAT NO MILK IS REQUIRED IF WE ADD MILK AND DIARY TO DIET MANY CHILDREN BEHAVE LIKE THIS
IF YOU WITHDRAW ALL MILK AND DIARY COMPLEYETELY I GURANTEE YOU THE RESULTS AFTER 3 WK
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