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Fever, prescribed lanzol cleared. Nose block, phlegm problem. Is their way to remove phlegm out completely?

Hi my son got a sudden high fever of 104 2 days ago along with medicines for fever suppression doctor also gave him lanzol Jr for 3 days.... his fever is gone but he suffers for excess nose block and cudn't sleep entire nite... is thr a way get his phlegm out completely ...coz he has this phlegm issue every alternate month
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Oct 2013
hello dear
thanks for your query at HCM
there seem to allergy happening to your son because he is developing nasal blockage , cold and phlegm formation.
first you have to identify the disease or allergen that is causing the problem every alternative month, other wise there is no use in treating him every month.
for nasal blockage use nasoclear drops taht will releave nasal blockage
there are several mucolytic agent available for nebulization that will liquify phlegm.
they can be used only during the episode not for routine use.
chest physiotherapy can also help in clearing phlegm.
hope this will help you
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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