Your baby's reflux is bad enough for you to still notice it even if it is less than before.It is possible that he is inhaling very tiny amounts of acid stomach contents which is being refluxed back up his oesophagus. This is all the more likely if he is always has a croupy cough.So it would certainly be a good idea for his reflux to be treated.
There is a common condition called recurrent or spasmodic croup where it is not always necessary for treatment unless the child becomes distressed and has difficulty in breathing.If it becomes necessary treatment is always highly effective.
Amoxil comes in different strengths,usually 125mg or 250mg per 5ml dose. You will have to do the rest of the maths based on the doses I gave you previously. This will all depend on the strength of the Amoxil Syrup per 5ml given to you by the pharmacist.
Your baby seems to have largely recovered from his latest highly probable ear infection for now.It may still be a good idea to ask your GP or clinic sister to check your baby's ears.
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