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Child having wheezing problem. Using levolin inhaler, wysolone 5mg and phenergan 3.5ml. Is this ok?

My son is 2 and half years old and is having wheezing problem recently after a nemonia. he is now precribed with levolin inhellar - 2 dose twice daily and wysolone 5mg - 1 tablet thrice daily with Phenergan 3.5ml thrice daily and vensal-PD - 3.5ml thrice daily for 4 days is the dosage normal for a 2 and half years child
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Hello I have gone through your complaints. For a wheezing episodes you were prescribed a good coverage of medicines. If he is responding you can continue the same prescription for 5-6days. If any acute episodes are present you can use the inhaler upto 4-5times to decrease the acute episode of attacks. You need to take care of your child. There are every chances of recurrences of wheezing episodes for your child. You should find out the precipitating factors which will act as allergens. Try to avoid cold climate and cold items.
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Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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