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2 months old baby having cough and she vomits 2 to 3 times a day and cough was part of vomit , any remedy or solution so that cough should not produce  in her body ,
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Cough at that age ,needs to be physically examined and then only medication can be advised ..
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please contact a doctor and get it evaluated
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Needs to be  examined. for how long your baby is having these symptoms ??we have to check his lungs and heart and then only we can advise.
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Baby need physical examination.... If its cough than need further investigation.. For you can do burping after every feed ...
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Coughing at such a young age needs to be examined. It is risky to give medicines without proper examination.
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Cough & vomiting in a 2months old baby needs a physical check by a qualified Paediatrician. I would suggest you to co sust one.
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Meanwhile you can use Domstal Syp 0.8ml thrice a day.
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Feed the baby with head end up.
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Coughing is a protective reflex in babies Do not give any medicines Cough with vomiting please check her lungs for wheezing Any history of allergy or asthma in the family Any history of fever, any history of cold. How is her milk intake
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Hello. Please specify thr weight and the mode of feeding. Is the child bottle fed or breast fed exclusively. Is burping done adequately? Is the child looking pale lethargic or are there signs of refusal to feed
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Detailed checkup required
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As per your brief history, it appears that it may be an issue of upper respiratory involvement/lower Respiratory as bouts of cough seem to predominate and precede first followed by episodes of vomiting. The following Possibilities are there, and in either one of them there is a need to get the baby evaluated by your Pediatrician at the earliest convenience in order to make sure this isn't something to worry about: (1) Simple small regurgitations of feeds, triggering coughs, followed by actual vomiting episodes, (Or if the "Vomiting" episodes have been effortless then to consider it as possible "Regurgitation" episodes and not Vomiting, which is expected to be about 4 to 8 times per day in that age group), (2) Upper Respiratory infection, developing with cough +/- nasal congestion, without fever episodes as of now, followed by vomiting episodes, (3) Allergic cough (with or without family history of Allergy), followed by vomiting, (4) Possibilities of lower Respiratory Infection (developing), rare as there will be almost always fever spikes predominating, In either case, it is better to have your baby evaluated by clinical examination for any of these issues to be sure of the necessary Solution to be given as such.
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To get your Pediatrician's appointment and get the baby assessed clinically and if required the suggestions/ medicines that follow the same.
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Feeding always above 30 to 35 degrees (Angle at neck Level) followed by 5 to 8 minutes of good burping.
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Please burp the baby well. and keep a head high position for the baby in the resting position.
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Please consult the doctor if it does not improve
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Your baby is getting vomiting followed by cough so treat the vomiting first then watch for cough. Some tips to reduce less split of milk- Burp the baby well after each feed Keep the Head end elevated to30° Maintain proper position during breast feeding
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consult online for detailed discussion
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The vomiting which is coming after coughing is known as post tussive vomiting. Kindly continue breastfeeding in your child and give nasal saline drops every 2 to 3 hourly. Try to prevent weather and temperature variations around your child. if the problem persist and is increasing you'll have to show to a doctor to find the cause of cough and medicines thereafter
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