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Child with heavy morning sneezing, dry coughing, snoring in night. Is it due to winter?

Please help son is 9 yr old, winters bring doom for all starts with heavy morning sneezings, then persistent dry coughing, more in morning and evening., and then snoring at nights, smtimes it is scaring when his breathing seems to be stopped at night, then again he starts long and forceful bursts of coughings.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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as you have stated above all of the symptoms are appearing at morning and evening times more, this condition is known as Hyper reactive Airway Disorder which is more common in children less than 13 yrs of age,in this condition patient may develop dyspnoea (difficulty in breathing), better you take your child to the pediatrician near by you, as he compulsorily requires some nebulisers, before that we require some investigations like CBP, AEC, CXR, etc.kindly upload the reports in reports upload column so that i can conform the diagnosis
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Answered: Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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