Celestamine is a combination of a very strong and long-acting cortisone and an old fashioned sedating antihistamine. There is usually no reason to use this combination cortisone/antihistamine in children. There are safe short acting cortisone liquids such as Prelone or Preflam if a cortisone is required to treat an illness in a child. There is no good reason to use any cortisone to treat a cold which is what your son seems to have. In any case the Celestamine should only be given once a day for a maximum of 5 days.
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