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Small child having adenoids, tonsillitis, sleep apnea, cough. Treatment for symptoms?

Hi, My son is 3 yrs of age and he is having adenoids and tonsils problem He feels difficulty while sleeping at night from birth onwards. we really feel bad to see him as he make sound also seems to be very uncomfortable while sleeping as we are out of and dont know how to proceed for that please suggest any home remedy till time Also he is having cough
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
Recurrent adenoid and tonsil infections usually interfere with child sleep, growth and performance. Some times as age increase these problems will resolve but in some children problem will continue. Avoid cold drinks,exposure to respiratory infections in crowds and you can give steam and medicated steam inhalation at home after your doctor advise and you can give antibiotic, antihistamines and nasal decongestants whenever required as per your doctor advise. Still it is continuing and many episodes occurring in a year consult your pediatrician and an ENT specialist.
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