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4 years old suffering from chronic cough,using antihistamines but the symptom remains

My 4yr old daughter has had a cough for 6 months, sounds phlegmy but nothing comes up, makes her sick she has asthma apparently although never wheezes . Have tried dust mite covers on her bed, steroids, antihistamenes and none have worked. she also has a permanantly runny nose and snores. Doctor doesn t seem to believe me and it is quite upsetting to see your child be in pain and no one helping! It is affecting her sleep, she gets on average 3-4hrs per night and it is affecting her at pre school. Help, please!
Asked On : Mon, 4 Apr 2011
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please consult paediatricianand get all the tests done
complete haemogram ,with eosinophil count,chest xray ,immunological tests for tuberculosis
your daughter need a cardiac check up also
if your daughter is suffering so much you should find doctor of repute and take your baby for check up and take proper treatment
some times round worms infestation cause pulmonary problem
anti helminths like albendazole 400 mg may be given as single dose only

Answered: Sun, 10 Jul 2011
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