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Suffering from acute cough. Diagnosed as allergic bronchitis. Not cured by Nucast-4. What should I do?

my daughter is two and half year old,she is suffering from acute cough repeated every fifteen days and occasionally bronco spasm .Doctors say that she is a patient of allergic bronchitis .I am giving her Nucast-4(Montelucast & levocitrizine) tablet from last 6 months but of no use as she is still having cough attacks every fifteen days.please advise what should i do?
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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It seems your daughter is having bouts of bronchospasm that could be related to viral infections. Viral induced bronchospasm is not uncommon.
Also, if you think she has a specific allergy, then skin prick testing would be helpful to know this as specific avoidance advice could then be provided. A trial of regular bronchodilators (salbutamol or salbutamol plus streoid inhalers) is recommended.
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