Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Helga | 2017/09/20

Q.

Sick 5 month old

Hey my baby is 5 months and had a blocked nose and cough the first few days I then took him to the doctor where he said the baby has respiratory tract infection because his back of his mouth was red and swollen he was vomiting yesterday after every meal so the doctor prescribed clopamon 1ML and gave him allergex and zomil antibiotics 2'5ml 3times a day his ears and chest is fine bad has a lot of flem. I am breastfeeding him and I have bronchitis he gave me Adco lintapon and zomil and betaclav and panamore.I just want to know is it save or can I use something else that is less harmful.

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician
- 2017/09/26

You can safely continue on the Betaclav and Panamor while breast feeding your baby. You should not take the Adco-Linctopent. I cannot find any information on Zomil, is the spelling correct?

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