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3 yr old vomited all day friday and now has runny eyes, nose, and dry cough. Is this flu and what should i do for her?
hi and thanks for the query,
Your child has upper respiratory tract infection.
She will require an antihistamine for the runnynose and some cough suppressant.
Please consult a doctor for a prescription.
Till then you can give her plenty of warm fluids, lots of rest, Steam inhalation, lots of fruits.
What are the symptoms of whooping cough?
Hi i read your query very carefully and would like to say that, at first it resemble the signs of a common cold:
-Red, watery eyes
-A mild fever
After a week or two, signs and symptoms worsen.
My 2y old has had red dry skin around his nose and mouth for a week. Runnynose and cough. Tried baby spectra gel and moisturizer with no effect. Suggestions?
its due to cold and cough
steam 4 times a day may help
meet a pediatrician
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