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Is residol given to children for asthma? Child took excessive antibiotics in childhood. Side effects?

1) is respidol given to children to treat asthma?
2) my son is 7 and a half now and his permantent teeth are growing in very yellowish. I asked the dentist why a childs new teeth would grow out "yellow", he said it is due to too much Antibiotics prescribed to him as a young child. Is this true? He has always had bronchial/asthma problems since birth and yes, his Ped. Dr. has had him on one antibiotic after another, to no avail. He still has a croup/bronchial cough a few times a year. I have since changed his doctor. Why would a doctor prescribe antibiotics over and over? Dont they know the side affects? This makes me very angry.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you have not totake antibiotics
keep child on antiallergics which can be taken of and on
keep on antiallergics like fexofenadine and montelucast
you cn add respidol if emmergency
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