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Cold cough. On wysoline. Nebolized. Cure?

hi sir ,my 19 months baby suffer from cold cough dr prescribe wysoline said suffer from hrad bronchi .when she was 5 mnths frequently suffer from cold cough,then we nebolized her 7 dr prescribe asthaline syrup .after that he switched her to asthaline puff with folhale puff. she was cured again after 6 months the same happend .actually i was having viral infections thats why she got cold cough ,so plz help me out this wysolone is safefor my baby .hrad permannent cure tell me plz
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Hello there,
Many babies suffer from shortness of breath when they are young. This is called frequent wheezing and usually disappears after 5 years of age. During an episode of cough with wheeze, management usually involves asthalin and steroid puffs.
It is unlikely that the your viral infection is responsible for all the episodes of cough and cold in your child. However drugs like wysolone need to be tapered over a period of time to avoid its long term complications.
Take care.
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