MBBS, PostGraduate diploma In Dermatology And Venerology And Leprosy (DDVL)
Rosacea is unfortunately not cured completely but it goes away for a long time if triggers are avoided, I wonât suggest homeopathy coz any plant/ mineral based crude ingredients can further aggravate, rosacea skin is so sensitive that it can even develop aloe allergy, and every rosacea skin is different, what works for one does not work for other, although there are advanced technologies like particular type of lasers and few newer medicines that have given relief, but only by consulting a well learnt dermatologist to assess your skin and get the required prescription, you can consult me by sharing your pics in private mode or videoconsult to discuss your problems in details.
SOME SIDE EFFECTS MAY BE THERE FOR LONGER PERIODS BUT FOR BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE, IF YOU TRUST ME JUST GO FOR ART OF LIVING WORKSHOP FOR 6 DAYS 3 HRS PER DAY WILL CURE YOUR PROBLEMS JUST EXPERIENCE AND LET ME KNOW.
1. Do steam inhalation by steam inhaler 2-3 times daily with karvol plus inhalant capsule
2. Put otrivin nasal drop 1 drop thrice daily.
3. Take one tablet of levocetrizine (5mg) at bed time.
4. Drink lukewarm water/hot soup/herbal tea etc
5. If you have recurrent attack of cold you may be having sinusitis/allergic rhinitis
6. Take plain xray pns/ct scan of pns after consulting ent specialist to exclude sinusitis and take treatment accordingly
7. If sinusitis is excluded, it I could be due to allergic rhinitis, do an allergy test after consulting allergy specialist/immunologist to find out the cause of allergy and follow the treatment and advice accordingly.
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Yes. You can. This is safe. However prefer warm water for drinking and try to use it for shorter duration of time.
MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M. Ch. (Peadiatric Surgery), Diploma in Hospital Administration, Fellowship of Association of Surgeons of India
You can. The point is why would you want to give medicine for cold. Cold is a viral infection which will go away on it’s own. Allow your child’s immunity to fight it. It will improve her resistance to such common infections. Use medication only if she is in genuine discomfort or developed a fever.