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Feeling weak, vomiting. Taken ventolin injection and antibiotics. Getting pimples on skin. Returns after stopping medicine

My Daughter fell ill, vomiting , fever, aches, took to GO, he gave gravol injection to stop vomiting, and antibiotics for 5 days, she recovered, after 3-4 days, was well for a week and then fell ill again vomiting, body aches, fever, weakness,bad cough throat sore, Returned to Different GP, given ventolin and antibiotics again, 3 days ventolin injections for possible bronkitis, better in 5 days all good 5 days vomiting sore throat , aches, bad chills, weakness, returned to GP more antibiotics, antihistemine, now has res little pimples on skin, felt better now recovering my worry is what can it be, i think after the meds are stopped it will retuen can you help?
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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Hello there,

Your daughter could be suffering from bronchial asthma not just a plain bronchitis, so she would improve after ventolin and of course managed with anti-histamine to counter tha allergic nature of the disease. The fact that it improves with those medications but eventuallycomes back could onlY mean an inadequately managed disease or the triggering factor is in your household or in her bedroom. Triggering factors include extremes of temperature, dust, pets or hyperallergenic food. Any of these can start an asthmatic episode. Identify the cause and get rid of the asthma. If she reacts with pets, or carpet or stuffed toys, then it should be identfied and eliminated.

For further querries pls feel free to ask us, thank you.

Dr. Eric
Answered: Mon, 4 Nov 2013
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