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    Cough and Enlarged tonsils
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    An_250972 posted:
    My daughter is 7yrs old. I found out when she was 2 yrs old that her tonsils where enlarged. The doctor I took her too give a scale from 1-4 on the enlargement catorgary ( she was a 3). The past 4yrs she has constantly been sick with ear infections, resptiratory infections over a dozeen times in the past 6 months. She has trouble sleeping at night , with snoring, coughing ( even when she isn't sick) . She is on Amoxicillin 400mgs, Alegra , nasal spray. She contuines to take her nasal spray and Alegra on a day to day basis.. I'm so concerned about my daughters health, what do I do? It's affecting her in school , her sleeping etc. PLEASE PLEASE help me figure out what else I can do to help my daughter.
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