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1 yr old kid again caught cold and fever after 5 days of medication. need your advice on this.

1 yr old kid couple of weeks back he had cold Hi, I m mother of 1 yr old kid. Couple of weeks back he had cold for which i was advised to give him MOX 125 - 5mg for 5 days. After this 5 days of medication within 2 or 3 days he again caught cold and fever for which again he was prescribed medicines like Augmentin DDS and planokof D for 5 days. Even now he has cold and is crying very often. He is not consuming food at all. He only drinks milk. Now he is not drinking milk also. Have given him one dosage of Prevenar. Yet to give him second dose. Please advice.
Asked On : Wed, 22 Dec 2010
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ur baby may have earache, this may be associated with cold. consult with ENT specialist. meanwhile give drop sinarest 1ml 3 times daily. give flu vaccine to ur baby & also complete prevenar vaccination
Answered: Thu, 30 Dec 2010
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