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Small child, cold, stomach pain, nausea. Taking bromfed dm. Negative flu, strep test. Cure?

My daughter has a cold and has been waking up tye last two mornings complaining of a stomachache and nausea . I m assuming this is from drainage. She was negative on flu and strep tests two days ago and her doctor started her on Bromfed DM for congestion and cough. What can I do to help relieve the nausea and help with congestion overnight. The meds are working but need to be taken every 6 hours. Is there anything that lasts longer.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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In the prevailing circumstances,the best would be give some proton pump inhibitor like OMEPRAZOLE for nausea and heartburns.
For congestion and cold,the best would be to take steam inhalation two to three times a day for 4 to 5 days.
Ask her to avoid cold drinks and take more of hot liquids.
She should be allright in next 4 to 5 days.
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