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My 6 year old daughter is suffering from wheezing and cough. On and off since last 2 years. She was absolutely fine during summer months and nebulization was not required but condition worsened during winters in delhi. Doctors have diagnosed it as allergic bronchitis. She is been given budesal 0.5 and salbair 0.31 and 5 ml montair syrup her conditions improves a lot after nebulization. Now the doctor has advised to give budecort inhaler 2 puffs twice a day and she is taking it. Her allergy panel test is done and ige was 10. She has been advised to stay from dust, moulds, cold food and air. Pls advise if the paediatrician has given the right treatment? Are the inhalers safe without any side effects. Will the child get dependent on inhalers? Can steroids slow the growth (height/weight)? For how long are the inhalers required? Any food restrictions like junk food?

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