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1 year old, having running nose. Wants to take mucolite drops, zedex-p. Correct treatment?

my kid (1 year old)started to have running nose ...she is not able to sleep as she s not able to breathe easily because of this...previously her doctor prescribed Mucolite drops and zedex-p along with nasivion drops. i m not sure which one of these is for running nose. Please let me know what can i give her. Also i started giving her curd rice since yesterday, is this because of that..can i stop giving curd rice again. Please clarify?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Hi, since your child is having a running nose along with breathing difficulty it was appropriate to start the child on zedex which liquifies the thick nasal secretions. Nasivion promptly relieves nasal congestion. Both work differently to relieve nasal block and are quite effective.
Curd rice can be given safely and has not known to worsen respiratory infections.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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