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12 year old, persistent cough, tiny red dot on tongue. Given amoxil. Treatment?

My 12 year old daughter has had a persistant cough for about 10 days now, and has had amoxil for 4 days with no improvement. In fact it seems to be getting worse and sounds almost like a whooping cough .Her throat is also sore This morning I have noticed tiny little red dots on the front of her tongue , otherwise she says she feels o.k.
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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you should give your daughter azithromycin. and get done a chest xray. if she is having fever then treat with paracetamol. some antihistaminics may also give her some relief.
Answered: Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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