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Infant with frequent cough, was infected by RSV in past. Prescribed Budesonide inhaler. Side effects of the inhaler?

hi, our son now 8 mth, at 3 mth he was infected by he frequently got cough and sometimes with fever...our pediatrician suggest us to take ventolin evohaler (200 D) and singulair 4mg when he got cough badly...but until now he still got cough. today our pediatrician gave our budesonide inhaler 100 mcg inhaler/budecort-100 mac inhaler, he asked our to give our son 2 puff in the morning and 2 puff in the evening. we afraid to try it because it seem so many side-effects when we google. so we seek for your opinion what should we do? tq. azmi che alias pattaya thailand.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Thanks for your query.
Your child seems to be having reactive airways disease.
Relax,continue with medication as advised by your pediatrician.
Inhaler is only a mode of delivery of drug.
Less amount of drug is needed as it is directly deposited in lungs thereby decreasing its side effects.

Wishing your child good health.
God bless.
Answered: Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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