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Has episodes of cough, wheezing. Why does the cough get wet?

My 3 yr old till last year had a history of cold , but starting this year in January has episodes of cold getting worse into cough and wheezing .. getting admitted to hospital and then on antibiotics and Oraped. And then recurring cold ..antibiotics and Oraped.. every two month. Last two times it was sinus infections and at all times it was wet ugly cough. Dust mites is the only thing he is allergic to. Also his immunity is good from his blood work... This time started again with sneeze/cold.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
dear user
can understand your problem
this is looking that child suffers from allergic problem . in that case when your child will come in contact with substance to whom she is allergic , will develop all symptom of coughing, sneezing .

u should go for complete allergy pannel test .

find out the all substances . food stuff , drugs to those your child is allergic.

precaution means avoidance of child from allergic substance is remedy for this .
regular monitoring of weight is necessary .
maintain immunity status .
cover all vaccination .
increase healthy food habits .

dr neha
Answered: Fri, 4 Oct 2013
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Homeopath Dr. Mungara Raveendra's  Response
hi i had gone through your query and understand your concerns. i would come up with the possibility of ALLERGY is the underlying cause for your kid sufferings.

-Allergies are defense system over-developed by the body to give warning that its metabolic system is unable to handle a substance in a normal manner
possible causes include;

-INHERITED TENDENCY; child hood allergies often run in families .it may come from mothers who may not have had sufficient vitamin A and D during pregnancy.

-RESULT OF VACCINATION; sometimes vaccines may be the cause for development of allergies

-DIGESTIVE INEFFICIENCIES,MINERAL and DIETARY IMBALANCES;intake of toxic materials etc lead to TOXIC LIVER and produce allergies.

-     No sugar; which is an irritant to mucus membranes, although honey is good.
-     Reduce starch intake to your baby.
-     No white refined flour.
-     No salt.
-     Give food to her high in vitamins A and C,and calcium.
-     Avoiding frying foods which make fats less digestible to your baby.

I hope this is helpful for you, thank you          
Answered: Fri, 4 Oct 2013
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