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Child has cold and cough. Prescribed Bricanyl, Expect and Azee. Is vomiting due to medicine?

Hi..I have a 9 months old Son. He is suffering from Cold and Cough since last 3 days. The doctor suggested Bricanyl Syrup 3.5 ml thrice a day for 7 days, Expect A 1.5 ml twice a day for 4 days , Azee 200, 2.5 ml once a day for 6 days. My son vomitted yesterday after 2-3 hrs of dinner. Is the vomitting because of the medicines he is taking. He is on these medicines since last 2 days.
Asked On : Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
You have already consult your doctor and treatment is going on, so no need to worry.

As far vomiting, may be it is medicine indues, If your son vomit soon after taking medicine, you can repeat the medicine after some interval.

I would advice:
1. Avoid exposure to cold (cold make ciliary activity sluggish and hence the organisms tracking
down the airways cannot be swept out, making a progression to lower respiratory infection)
2. Keep your child warm (Wrapping with cotton cloth )
3. Stem inhalation with precaution.(Plain water do not add any decongestant like vicks etc)
4. Try to increase his immune system with proper and regular diet.
5. Maintain hygiene.
6. Don’t use more medicine
7. There are some baby chest rubs that can be used to help relieve nasal congestion as well
8. If she is not recover within 5 to 6 days you can consult again to your doctor.

I wish your baby recover soon.
Regards , Dr. Sagar Mhatre

Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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