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Getting cold with running nose frequently. Taking Montex and livoday. What is the solution?

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I have been getting cold with running nose quite frequently off late. its recurring every week. I take Montex and livoday 250 mg and it will be cured immediately. is there a way to stop this permanently ? pls help
Posted Wed, 11 Dec 2013 in Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
Answered by Dr. Irshad H Naqvi 1 hour later
Brief Answer: Preventive measures possible Detailed Answer: Hi dear Welcome to the XXXXXXX Running nose and getting cold frequently is a viral infection. Usually flu/ influenza virus and so many other viruses cause this problem. This viral infection can occur 6 to 12 times in a year and still considered to be normal for the any individual. Preventive Measures;- Avoid food which is not freshly cooked like sauce/chatney/sweets/ cold drinks/ chocolates/ etc. Vaccination; Go for vaccination of Flu/influenza which is freely available with any paediatrician. which should be done every year. Other vaccination like Pneumococal vaccine (PCV) should also be considered. Immunity improvement; Improve the immunity by physical exercise. good nutritious diet. supplementation of Multivitamins, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Iron tablets regularly. Regular intake of Immunomodulator drugs may also help like Montileukast Hope the query is answered. Please feel free for further clarification. Thanks
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