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My son is two years three months old weighs 10 kg. Past four months he is suffering from cough. He coughs very badly at night. And also early morning. I am very much worried about him. From last one year his weight is 10 kg. He is showing no growth sign. He eats very less. What to do? He has become very aggressive he beats me cries alot.

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Get blood cbc with esr and x ray chest done and report results.
Dear Lybrateuser, your son is trying his best to attract your attention to his health problem. Kindly consult a Pulmonologist at the earliest to diagnose the problem. Wishing your son a speedy recovery.
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1.Reach for fluids. As with any illness, staying hydrated is your first line of defense against coughing. If your cough stems from a dry throat, a little hydration might be all you need. Even if your cough is caused by something else, drinking plenty of fluids is never a bad idea 2 Make the fluids warm. For certain coughs, such as ones caused by congestion or sinus drainage, warm liquids can be even more effective than cold or room temperature ones. 3.Try saltwater. Particularly in cases of cold- or flu-related coughs, salt water is your friend. 4.Consider steam — in some cases. Conventional wisdom often dictates that steam from a shower or a humidifier can help combat a cough; however, that’s only the case if your cough is due to dry air. If you’re coughing because of congestion, asthma, dust mites, or mold, among other causes, moist air could actually make your cough worse. 5.Stay upright. Being horizontal can cause mucus to drain into your throat. When sleeping with a cough, for example, you should prop up your head with pillows to prevent sinus drainage from pooling in your throat, causing you to cough. 6.Keep the air clean. Stay away from dirty air, including cigarette smoke. Particulates in the air could either be the source of your cough or worsen one that has other causes. Strong fragrances, such as perfumes, can cause some people to cough, even if they’re not irritating to others 7.Keep the air still. Avoid wind, ceiling fans, heaters, and air conditioners, because moving air can make coughs worse FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE.
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