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Child has fever, dry cough, felt better with oregano herbs. Suggestion for further treatment?

I have a 14 months baby girl and she s having fever in early morning or early evening, she have also dry cough what should I do, I already went to doctor but the medicine for cough PROSPAN doesn t give any changes. Instead I tried to give her the OREGANO herbs and it feels a bit better. Should I continue using oregano or should I go again to doctor because she still having fever.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Dear elynnyle 2002 I am sorry to hear your baby is not well. I think she
has got viral infection.

For her fever give her paracetamol syrup (500mgm/5mls) 2.5mls three times daily

Give her plaity of fluid to drink and give the baby steam inhailations for the caugh.

Fill the room with steam boiling the kettle and make sure baby inhail the cool steam.

This is self limited illness your baby will be better soon. Please contact me if you feel like.

Kindest regard Dr. S.K.Mukherjee
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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