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Cold, running nose, sneezing, unable to eat, weight loss, allergic wheezing

Hi , My Daughter is 9 months old... she is being suffering from cold ( symptoms include running nose, hard breathing , sneezing , coughing) for the past 10 days and she is currently on medication( azithral, Hicet, Prozeet LS) .I was informed that she is suffering from Allergic Wheezing . she is not eating solids since she is not able to sallow.... she drinking only milk.. Am worried about her weight .
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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Hello welcome to HCM
Since she is suffering from a respiratory tract infection she will find it difficult to swallow solids as it would be painful. Apart from milk give her hot soup, vegetable stalk. You can also give mashed rice in a liquid form. There will be slight decrease in weight in this period which is not to be worried about. This will be because of the medicines she has been taking so long.
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Answered: Tue, 8 May 2012
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