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Cough, chest congestion, wheezing. use t telecast daily?

DR, since three months over i am suffering from cough and chest conjestion i have completed three courses of family dr told I have got bronchities and little bit wheez. i have taken ciprofloxxacin, then septum .and alergic medicine( t telecast)along with each course of antibiotic ,but ididnt get complete relief dr,again i visited to the dr he told i have wheez. so he put me for the inhaler named Easilife 250, t telecast, Dr my problem is if i only use the puf i am not geting complete relief from this cough,but with this tablet t telecast, i completely ok from it. but the problem is i should use this every day,then i dont need this puf at all,iif i stop the tablet i will get the cough back with wheez.what should i do dr,can i take this tablet regulerly or inhaler?? pls advise my quirey.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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these are supportive therapies antibiotics dont work in allergies montelucast helps as yhou are taking telecast continue for long
you need to add bronchodilator syp tds and antacid in liquid form tds
inhalers can be used also if need be
need to add antiallergic syp codein +cpm for cough once a time at night
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for food and pollen allergies and take immunotherapy for relief
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