I can understand the anxiety
you are facing while managing a baby with a recurrent respiratory problem. She has what is called a childhood wheezy airway disease
, and this illness behaves just like asthma
in older children. The medicines you have mentioned are quite safe, but you should not use nebulised Asthalin
and Ambrolite S together. They are similar drugs and the effect can add up if both are used together. Budecort
is reasonably safe, but you should make the child rinse her mouth and brush her tongue and teeth after using this inhalation. Using antibiotics is a physician's choice, but it does not depend on whether the problem is "severe". It depends on whether the child has "infection".
Using Ambrolite S in excess of the dose recommended by your doctor may cause tremors of the hands and a quickening of the heart beat.