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Sinus infections and asthma - 5 year old boy
An_248349 posted:
Would removing adenoids help my 5 year old son who has recurrent sinus infections and asthma (we think that's what it is but the doctor has not confirmed - lung function test was low)? How could we determine if this would help. If not, do we have other options?

Thanks for your help!
Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hello and welcome to WebMD,

I encourage you to repost your message on a couple of our other boards for feedback:

Asthma Community

Ear, Nose and Throat Community
Lisa5555 replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
Thanks! Will do.

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