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Suffering with cerebral palsy, has pale and foamy throat, constant dribbling, thick mucus. Polyps in nose?

my daughter has cerebral palsy and lately she just does not seem herself, her back of her throat is pale and foamy, she constantly dribbles which she never used to and sometimes i can get thick mucus out with a cotton bud she has overly large tonsils and maybe possible pollups in nose? what could it be? its not tonsilitus or glandular fever as this has been tested for. she also has had psudemonus lately im reall worried
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Probably your child may be suffering from tonsillitis or adenoids. This is the main cause of drooling of secretions from nose. First give a course of antibiotics like cephalopod 4mg/kg body weight per dose. This has to be taken twice daily for one weak along with nasal decongestant like tab sinerest twice daily and regular betadine mouth wash.
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