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Suffering from cough and wheezing. Prescribed with aeroflux, histatussin and predcort. Tested positive for milk allergy. Are the medications safe?

my son is suffering from coughing and wheezing on a weekly basis. his paeditrician keeps giving him the same drugs- aeroflux, histatussin, and predcort. but as soon as his meds are finished, the wheezing and coughing comes back, we tested him for milk allergies, and he tested positive, and has been on a milk free diet for three weeks. however, the coughing and wheezing continues. is it safe to give him histatussin so often?
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Your son could be suffering from asthma. Instead of giving him oral steroids repeatedly nebulize him with levolin and budecort, give him a tablet of montair lc kid and give him seroflo 100 inhaler through a spacer twice a day. You have not mentioned his age. I`m sure these measures will help him.
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