Thank you,you are very welcome.Children can get quite severe chest infections with chicken pox which take a long time to clear up.Six weeks or longer is the usual time it takes. Your daughter is subject to recurrent viral wheezing so it is no surprise that she developed this chest infection when she had chicken pox.She is on the correct medicine especially the Seretide. You are keeping her nose clear so that is also very good. Also you can use the Flemeze which will help her to cough up excess mucous in the airways of her lungs.The mucous is still there as the result of the infection she had with the chicken pox.
Her sweating is entirely normal at her age, so do not be concerned. You can certainly use your aircon as long as it does not make the air too cold in the room and check the filter from time to time.
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