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    Help me some one please i need help with my son
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    ST3P43N posted:
    My son is 10 months old and when he was a month he had hopping cough and i took him to the doctors 3 times and they didnt pick up on it so i took him to the hosbital and they said he had hopping cough and since i i keep taking him to the doctores because he keeps becoming ill hand 2 weeks ago they prescribed hime with some medicen and he finished it on sunday and he was ill again on monday what could it be
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    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    Unfortunately, I have absolutely no way of blindly diagnosing your son over the Internet, based solely on the brief information you have posted. It is just not possible, no matter how much I would like to help you. I do not know anything about him, his medical history, the medcines he is taking, his test results, nor do I have a way of examining him. These are all essential component to getting an accurate diagnosis, and all impossible to do over the Internet.

    He may need to see a specialist at this point, and definitely have more diagnostic studies. Whooping cough (pertussis) can be a very serious illness.


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