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Cough n cold fever 102
Baby has cough n cold since yesterday and now yesterday he had mild fevee however today it is 102. We gave him paracetamol and cetrizine for infants as per dosage mentioned by doctor as a general cause. Please suggest
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Dr. Parveen Chawla
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dear recurrent infections in the throat is due to lack of chewing habits , as child grows body will develop immunity and leads to less frequent infections ,start iron rich diet along with one banana daily ,this would act as immunity booster
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iron rich diet ,avoid spicy food
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Dr. Vijay Kumar Bandameedi
ENT/ Otorhinolaryngologist 9 yrs exp Warangal
You should add nasal drops 2-3 twice a day. Observation for 1-2 days if it is subsiding consulting a doctor ENT/ paediatric is required
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Dr. Venkat Raghav
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello..... Baby is sensitive to surrounding weather and infection.. So he should be protected from all those... Cough and cold is common in children.. It will subside in few days.. But if baby is repeatedly suffering from infection you must consider it seriously...
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