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Noisy cough, running nose with upper respiratory infection - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can i help you?
User :   Hi, my daughter is having severe cold from last 20 days. We have shifted to bangalore about 1.5 mnths back
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User :   my daughter is 14 mnths old...she is having bad cough from 2 days, she had cough some 10 days back troo
User :   What do i do??
Doctor :  
IS she having fever too?
User :   no, fever...had fever 10 days back
Doctor :  
User :   she is having very noisy cough
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Have you tried any medications
User :   yes, she took Bricanyl and T-minic
User :   ealrlier
Doctor :  
And how is her breathing?
User :   and now she is taking Allegra syrup and Bricanyl
User :   breatging is normal
User :   its only sometimes when nose is blicked, she breathes with difficulty
Doctor :  
IDoes she produce any sound while breathing?
User :   but most of the time, she has running nose
User :   ya
Doctor :  
She may be having Upper respiratory tract infection.
User :   wat do we do??
Doctor :  
have u consult a pediatrician?

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