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Fever, loss of appetite, runny nose, breathing difficulty while coughing, flu. Is it allergy?

My son is 3 years old and has 101 fever (cross head), no appetite , very runny nose . What is concerning is his cough - it is very dry and he is almost chocking when coughing. Nothing comes out. He had this couple of months ago and we took him in and doctor said it is just a flu . A month later the same happened. It s not normal. He can t breathe while coughing and turns all red. Otherwise, he is breathing normal. Is is allergies? Sounds like he just can not cough it out what ever it is. Thank you for your answer. Irena
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
it is allergic

get your child tested for milk specific antibodies

give him tab montelucast 4 mgm tds
syp ventrolin 1/2 tsf tds
syp cpm+codeine combination 1/2 tsf at nighjt
give for 4 weeks
get the test you will get it
in mean time stop giving milk and milk products and diary
after test you can go for sublingual immunotherapy for tratment
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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