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Cough night and morning
Cough night and morning to my child boy. but no cold observed and while coughing pian came. it was regular every 2 montha.
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Does he snore and breathe from mouth during sleep? Can be due to adenotonsillar hypertrophy
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Need to know the detail history to guide u better Consult online
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please provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and treatment. you need to rule out adenoid enlargement.
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Physical examination is necessary.
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It may be due to upper respiratory tract infections, do gargles
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Could be seasonal cough/ Allergy or may be some other problem of ENT or chest
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Show to pediatrician and ENT
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Avoid outside food like cold drinks ,Chutney, etc
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