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Dry cough, light fever,history of convulsion - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   hello sir, my 6 year old son is coughing very badly
User :   its dry cough
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i will help yu in this
Doctor :   can i ask few Q
User :   ok
Doctor :   since how many days
User :   since last night
Doctor :   did he take any syrup
User :   he cant sleep whole last night
User :   we gave him tyxilix
Doctor :   is he allergic to dust or other danders
Doctor :   ok
User :   no allergies
Doctor :   any running nose
Doctor :   fever
User :   no its dry
Doctor :   difficulty in breathing
User :   fever is not very high
Doctor :   or hurreied respiration
User :   he has a history of convulsion so we gave him suspension as soon as he have fever
Doctor :   does he make any sounds while sleelpling
Doctor :   thats good and correct
User :   yes he does, even in normal days
Doctor :   its better to aviod high temperatures
Doctor :   as this can precipitate convulsions
Doctor :   is he feeding well
Doctor :   aviod him from allergy
User :   nope he dont want to eat
Doctor :   aviod cold and refreidgeraated itmes

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