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Child suffering from cold, prescribed Budate and Telekast. Suggestion?

hi Dr! my daughter - 3 yrs old - ht (100 cm) n wt (14.8 kg) is suffering from cold . Our Dr has prescribed budate 100 n telekast for 45 days. now the time is over. but now she s again having cold. so he asked us to continue the same. additionally she had given salbair and fexy. after giving salbair, her pulse rate is around 155. is this ok or do i want to consult Dr again?
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Thanks for asking
I would like to tell you that if taking salbair produces high pulse rate you should consult your doctor .You should also ask your doctor that he is treating a case of simple cold or it is a case of chronic rhinitis, asthma or something else .Taking oral steroids (budate) can also produce lots of side effects as well so go for a proper diagnosis and than take treatment.
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Answered: Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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