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What measures should I adopt for enlarged adenoids with slight wheezing ?

MY 5 yr old daughter is suffering from cogh for past 8 months. Doctor disgoned her in last winter with enlarged adenoids+Slight Wheezing. Treated with Nasal steroids and Budesal Nebulizsation +Montair for few months. medicine didnot improve the condition much..after stopping medcine...she again has frequent cough especially from evening + night...and she is fine in morning+afternoon...something triggers her in evening and she start having continuos cough (evey 2 minutes or so till she sleeps)..pls help..she is suffering...have already seen too many doctors..even tried homeopathy
Asked On : Thu, 5 May 2011
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Hi, welcome to health care magic forum,

well as you have mentioned that you have tried many treatments even Homeopathy, but i will again advice you to go for Homeopathic treatment as it is the only mode of treatment where you can get cure for your child, i do not know why my fellow Homeopathic physician failed to give your daughter cure, but it is not the dead end, you should concern some other Homeopathic physician, as it is safest treatment with no harm full effects, as in case of other treatments, also there will no re occurrence of the disease once after cured.

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Answered: Wed, 11 May 2011
ENT Specialist Dr. Sumit Bhatti's  Response
1. Get an X-ray skull lateral view for adenoid hypertrophy and an X-ray PNS (Para Nasal sinuses) Water's view done.
2. If an X-ray was done last winter when she was diagnosed, e-mail all these images / photographs (from a backlit x-ray viewer) to doctor@healthcaremagic.com with 'Attn: Dr. Sumit Bhatti' in the subject line.
3. She probably gets cough due to a post nasal drip from the maxillary sinuses which fill up during the day and start emptying towards evening, especially after lying down.
4. Add supervised steam inhalation and a mucolytic to her treatment after consulting your doctor.
Answered: Thu, 5 May 2011
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Pulmonologist Dr.Ketankumar Chaudhary's  Response
1. THERE ARE TWO POSSIBILITIES IN THIS CASE 1) ALLERGIC BRONCHITIS AGGREVATED BY ALLERGANS IN EVENING TIME. 2) PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS.
2. GO FOR CLINICAL EXAMINATION AT THE TIME OF ATTACK, X RAY CHEST, ESR , CBC , URINE R M , THAT WILL HELP IN DIAGNOSIS.
3. CONT. TREATMENT AS PER ADVISE.
Answered: Sat, 7 May 2011
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