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    Nagging Cough
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    An_249547 posted:
    I have a 7minth old who has had a cough at night and in the mornings and has been going on for about 1-2 weeks now.. It has gotten to the point where he has thrown up/spit up with the cough. I have a humitifier in his room and have elevate the head of his bed but nothing seems to be helping. Is there something I can give him to help or should I take him to the doctor?
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    sumis responded:
    please take him to a doctor find out the cause for the cough .it could be a sign of wheezing


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