A runny nose is a condition that presents with mucus drainage. Allergies, common cold, and sinus infections are some conditions that result in a runny nose. Taking over-the-counter antihistamines, such as Diphenhydramine and Chlorpheniramine, helps to give relief.
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Query: Hello doctor, My baby is suffering running nose last 13 days. I consulted my pediatrician before some days, and she prescribed Montair Lc kid syrup three ml for 20 days and also gave Sinarest AF drop once for six days. Before that, she took Sinarest Af and Ascoril ld for 10 days. Apart from this, s... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I got your concern. Well, first of all, I am asking you to continue all medications as prescribed by a pediatrician. Babies less than five years often get recurrent cold and cough. There could be many reasons, 1. Post viral infection cough, which may continue for th... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor,My son who is one-year-old is having watery right eye since yesterday morning. It is not watering continuously. It is like that yesterday morning after waking up today morning after waking up and today evening. Sometimes, along with watery eyes, runny nose is also there. Along with wate... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Just follow advice. Clean eye from inside to outside with clean cotton or cloth. Instill Tobramycin eye drops one drop in each eye three times a day. Start syrup Cetirizine 5 ml once a day for five days. It may be due to some allergy or infection but it is still early ... Read Full »