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Dry cough, bronchial allergy, throat infection. Prescribed budecort inhalers, levolin syrup. Safe?

My daughter has dry cough regularly..mostly in winter months. She was diagnosed woth upper respiratory bronchial allergy . Earlier she would cough as soon as she went to sleep and would cough through the night. Now she s better, but some conditond like enhsnced allergens, throat infection , etc. What should i give her? doctors hsve been prescribing steam, cough syrups, budecort inalers, levolin syrup.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Your daughter mostly likely has dust mite allergy and allergic asthma that needs to be controlled.
A combination of seroflo 50 2 puffs twice daily (
If she has not received Prevenar13 , it would be best to give her one dose Prevenar 13 that is a conjugated antipneumococcal polysachharide vaccine to prevent asthma excerbations due to pneumococcal chest infections.

Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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