... down her throat that is making her cough and which product is the best to give her?
26 Oct 2009
Sorry this question has taken so long to answer. If she is still having problems you should take her to the doctor especially if her mucous / phlegm is coloured. Asthmatics are more prone to chest infections than others. Asthmatics can safely take decongestant nasal sprays and oral decongestants such as sudafed. Talk with your pharmacist who will be able to help you select something suitable.
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it has been stored in the fridge as well.
1 answer • 4 Dec 2012
no medical condition and do not take any medicine
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