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Infant having running nose and dry cough. Given T-minic and ambrolite. Not responding. Is this the right medication?

Thank you. My 19 month old daughter has running nose and cough - dry cough. She cough every 3 - 4 mins for 5-6 times which shakes up her entire chest . My paed gave her T-minic 3/day 2.5ml and ambrolite 3/day 3.5 ml However, her cough has increased. Her cough get worse soon after giving ambrolite. I wonder if she is on right medication . What can I do to provide immediate relief
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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Thanks for the query
Your paediatrician has prescribed right medication for your daughter. If she is not responding to these cough medication then give her Augmentin syr 5ml thrice a day for 5 days and syp. Zinc 5 ml once a day for 14 days. Watch for increased respiratory distress and high temp. If you notice any of these then consult your doctor immediately.
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Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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