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Small child, unable to breath, blocked nose. Used nasal syrup, severe coughing. Treatment options?

hi before a week my 4year son when tried to sleep , he started a naisal problem n lot of difficulty to breathing through nose sides, so i used naisal drops,,,, n now he coughing very bably,,,,,n sound comes to his mouth about breathing,,,,,,,,, when he laying he get more diffculty to breathing,,,,,,, i given him panadol,,,,,, n britanyl 60ml at afternoon ,,,,,after 6 hrs no improvment then i start give coferb 120ml,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,this is nite times n no improvment ,so plz help me out?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Feb 2013
Your child is having cold and and cough with nose block and difficulty in breathing according to your history of complaints. To relieve nose blockade give saline naslal drops into each nostril and clean any mucus present. For cough you can continue the cough syrup in prescribed dosage. If still breathing difficulty continues consult children specialist
Answered: Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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