Let the baby sleep
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Dear Mr XXXXXXX
Being a Parent myself, I understand your concern and apprehension.
Let me assure you, there is no cause for concern.
Its quite common for children to vomit the medicine. Don;t worry, let the child sleep off. Getting good sleep is more important. You can administer the medicine when the child wakes up. Squeeze both the side of cheeks inwards, administer the medicine and keep the baby over your shoulder it should prevent regurgitation and vomiting
Majority of respiratory infection are viral in origin and self limiting. They require symptomatic and supportive care. Apart from the medication the baby is taking, i would advise the following which will be useful
1. Decoction: 1 cup of milk+ 2 spoon sugar+ 10 tulsi leaves+ 2 gm of fresg ginger+ 1 small spoon of turmeric+ 2 black pepper. Bring it to boil. Filter it and give him warm with watti and spoon.
2. Steam Inhalation: preferable using electric steamer. You can buy one and keep as it will also be helpful in children. Children do experience 2 to 3 episodes of upper respiratory infection
a year. Give steam for 5 to 10 minutes twice a day.
I hope this helped.
Do write to me anytime for any further assistance, will be glad to assist you.
Wishing your baby speedy recovery.
Dr T Shobha