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Is Duolin Is Safe For Children
The safety of this product in the use of asthma and small infants isn't established. It is a elongating beta2-adrenergic agonist (LABA) formoterol fumarate and glycopyrrolate (anticholinergic) that can have side effects: cough, Urinary tract infections and with LABA products like Salmeterol have caused asthma-related deaths. Check with your MD/Pulmonologist for effective
nebulization if needed. ...Read more
Hi is duolin safe for my 5 month baby (weighs 8 kgs) he has congestion which we have been giving saline drops but has had chesty spasmic cough?
Check first: Not without checking with your baby's pediatrician. They would probably want to listen to his lungs first, and if felt appropriate, tell you the correct dose. ...Read more
My 7 year son is having lot of cough with mucous can I nebulise him with duolin or which medicine should I give him? Plzz help
Duolin neb is good,: Use neb with respule of duolin can repeat every 2 hrs. X 2 then q6hrs. ...Read more
My daughter has enteroviraemia. She is on orelox and aspelone, duolin and pulmicort. She hasn't stopped coughing at all. Every 1.5 minute. Plz help?
My mom is suffering from cough/congestion. She is taking budecort + duolin nebulization twice/day. Can this make the cough dry? (we expected moist)
My son is 5 and has a croupy cough. Can I use Duolin respules and then Pulmicort respules after? Or just the one? Thanks
My dad was using budecort 1mg respules and duolin respules before, now Pulmicort 0.25mg/ml budesonide. With this help? Will he still has breathing diff
My 6 month old kid is suffering from cough from past 2 days. Doctor has advised for nebulization. There are two drugs "duolin" & "budecort". Which one?
My daughter of 3.8yrs, had an asthma attack. Doctor prescribed to take levosalbutamol syrup and duolin puffer together. Is it advisable to take both?
Risk:benefit: No medication, supplement or vaccine is 100% without risk to all people. In the case of vaccines, the risk of serious illness, disability or death is considered far higher than the risks of vaccination. For this reason, Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization have adopted vaccine schedule recommendations which have been spectacularly successful in reducing disease. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on the condition of the child, reason and type of medication and dose involved. I can think of some pain meds that would stop a kid from breathing, at least one that could shut down their kidneys, etc. There are specific and well studied pain meds for kids that are safe to use. ...Read more
Organic: There are natural options when it comes to pest control for lawns and outdoor spaces. Consult an organic or chemical-free landscaper and use essential-oil based products when possible. Remember, dandelions aren't neurotoxic (from normal environmental exposure) but pesticides can be. ...Read more
Quercetin: This is a plant flavonoid that is found as a supplement. It's touted uses are for allergies and prostate health. There are really no studies at all in children yet as to whether it works and certainly none to its safety, so very difficult to answer your question. Lots of studies are ongoing in mice and adults as to whether it works and how, but no advice on kids use yet. ...Read more
No: Why would a young child take femara (letrozole)? It is a drug used for the treatment of breast cancer in post-menopausal women. If your child (or grandchild) has taken many of your pills, you should contact your local poison control - usually by calling your local hospital emergency department. ...Read more
Headaches in kids: Acetaminophen and ibuprofen should be sufficient to manage most headaches in children. If these OTC medications do not relieve the headache pain, evaluation for more serious medical conditions should take place. Children can get migraine headaches, in which cases narcotic analgesics can be used until they are old enough for more traditional migraine medications (usually 12 years and older). ...Read more
Probably, but...: Congaplex probably will not cause harm, but I do not see any dosing recommendations for small children. Unfortunately, with vitamins and supplements more is not always better so caution is advised. There are also numerous components that could be allergenic - thymus, kidney, adrenal gland, and wheat germ. So if you choose to give it, I would watch closely for a reaction. ...Read more
Yes: There are not many safe over-the-counter cold medications for children. The medications which had been previously available were both not very effective for children and also rather easy to overdose. The best OTC medications for children continue to be tylenol (acetaminophen) (acetominophen) products and Motrin (ibuprofen) products. When in doubt, ask your pharmacist for help with OTC choices for kids. ...Read more
MAGNESIUM APSARTATE: Supplements are generally considered to be safe. They do not have side-effects, which is a property of prescription drugs. The best supplement for athletic performance is magnesium and postassium aspartate. Aspartate is the Amino Acid that takes minerals from outside to inside the cells where they are needed. This combination prevents cramping, improves endurance, and helps with exercise recovery. ...Read more
It depends: There are very few anti-depressant drugs which are approved for use in children and teenagers, but they can be very effective when used properly. Most doctors will increase the dose gradually and monitor a child closely to see how they are tolerating the medication. Used correctly, they can be safe and effective. ...Read more
Daughter with bad cold for 3 days. We have been keeping her away from our other children who are 20 and 6 months. When safe for her to be around them?
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