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Cold, sore throat, blocked nose, reflux disease. On lanzoprazole. History of cerebral palsy. Treatment?

i have got a 4years old girl suffering from cerebral palsy .she has been of late having cold, sore throat , blocked nose and having severe difficulties in feeding and also breathing . she just developed this when she had persistent cold due to the cold weather. we are black African from Nigeria and we came to the U.K a year ago. a professional prescribed Lanzoprazole to us and guessed she was having Reflux Disease . can you advise us please doctor?
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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hello madam,your daughter is having diseased adenoids and tonsils-they are enlarged and infected.she needs to be treated with antibiotics.if the disease fails to resolve with antibiotics she will need surgery called adenotonsillectomy.please see a doctor.i hope she gets well soon. dr praveen..
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