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Infant with frequent cold and cough. Montair LC suggested with nebulization. Allergy in lungs diagnosed

Hi my daughter is just 19 month old and every month she has to face so many problems but cold and cough is like a regular routine..we are very tensed and had done so may tests and after getting all the reports,our doc has suggested us to give Montair LC kid syrup for 3 months and also told us to nebulize 3 times for 3 months as she is allergy in her lungs.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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a child need only mother milk upto 2 years and after 2 years child need no milk this is the research
If we add other milk before 2 years and after 2 year this type od disease occurs
stop all milk and diary products
confirm by getting blood serum tested for milk specific antibodies and do desebsitisation
after stoping milk you will get excellent results
till 3 week give
stp fexofenadine 30 mg bdb montelcast 4 mg sispersible tds
she is okay

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