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Rashes after taking lactogen. Getting cold and cough frequently. Reason?

My daughter is 6 month old she as not taken her mom feeding b birth then she was introduced with lactogen1. she was quite good with her health later at the month of 3 she developed kind of rashes then when we took her to doctor they said she has bronclate, frequent she get cough & cold doctor has prescribed montek LC syrup i didn’t find in pharmacy so can i use montair LC instead of montek LC syrup. I am very much worried about my daughter healths please guide me.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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6mths with bronchitis should not have been prescribed Montair LC syrup.This medication ideally is to be used above 2 yrs and not below .Bronchitis in babies could be because of hperreactive airways or Gastro esophageal reflux. At 6mths she should be weaned with complementary food i hope you have started with it.I guess you should be seeking a second opinion regarding her Bronchitis.
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