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Child having blocked nose, taking l.montus kid, mucus color changed to green to white. Can take bresol? Advice?

my six years old daughter is having blocked nose for the past 6 months...Currently taking L.Montus Kid once a day at night (using nasal spray too). She has completed 60 tabs. Doctor has adviced to continue the tablet for another 1 month. Her nasal discharge( mucus ) color has changed from light green to white. But she still breathe through her mouth. She still has severe blocked nose....Can i try BRESOL together with L.Montus kid? Thanks in advance.
Asked On : Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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you may continue L.Montus kid during winter months.

you should not take Bresol together with LMontus because they have almost the same mechanism of action and the same effect.

If your child has still a blocked nose you can use Flixonase nasal spay ,one spray 2 times a day in each nostril. You can use this medication for three weeks.

After completing this treatment, if the child still has nasal discharge you must consult a doctor to check her ear-nose and throat.
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