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Infant with mild fever, cough, given mucolite. Can i give sinarest with mucolite combined?

Hi , My baby is 50 days old he is having mild fever , cough ( sound like adult ) & cold, dr has given us Mucolite .5ml 2 times a day , Swich .8 ml 2 timess a day , sinarest .2 ml 3 times a day & crocin .6 ml 3 times ad day ,also we are giving astrocalcium & bevon drops regularly once in day . are this ok or this too much for 50 days baby , we are worring and thinking that we are giving many syrp, also is it gud to give Sinarest AF & Mucolite combined ?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. An infant with mild fever cough given mucolite will just make the cough worse for some time so that he coughs it all out as the mucolite breaks down the mucus where the bacteria resides and get rid of the infection by bringing it out that way. I also thing that you should be fine with giving sinarest and mucolite at the same time. Call you pediatrician if you have doubts.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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