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Please suggest baby cold & cough medication

9 months baby girl.Frequent cold & cough in the last 3 months.Dr. prescribed Ambrodil - S syrup ( 3.5 ml - 3 times a day ) Coscopin Suspension - 2ml at night time.Taking it for the last 7 days. When we complained about the problem still persisting Dr. gave Betnesol oral drops - 7 drops - 3 times a day for 3 days. Before, that another Dr.prescribed Otogesic ear drops - cause he chaecked she was having some problem in her ears.And wikoryl for her temperature may be.& Ibugesic for her stomach problem. Please guide if the medication is accurate & if possible please guide us when the same medication can be used & in which condition.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Feb 2011
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thanks for choosing health care majic.See by the time child grows to 3-4 years ,she will have about 3-4 episodes of mild seasonal aliments so there is no need to worry.As per the symptoms she seems to having bronchitis,means infection of air ways which is very common in this season.Do not get panic and keep narrating minor aliments to doctor all the time.This some times lead to over treatment.Continue the treatment as advised.Wikoryl is for fever and cold and otogesic is for pain in ear.This are the 2 drugs that you can use again without asking doctor.But that too for couple days,other wise not use any other medicine prescribed for the 2nd time without advise of a doctor.
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