Solid Foods & Weaning: Toddler, Nasonex

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Zyrtec Vs. Nasonex

My 2.5 year suffers from a chronic wet cough. It's been months and months and the cough is still there. At one point, we gave him Zyrtec per the dr's recommendation and it cleared up for alittle while but then it came back. Nasonex helped another time but then it also came back. Now I'm at a loss - do I have to give Zyrtec and/or Nasonex daily to keep the cough away? Or is it on an as needed basis? What's the difference between the 2 medications and which is safer? How long have your kids been on it? Thanks!

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Nasonex for a Seven Year Old...

My seven year old son has suffered from severe migraines since he was three. This last summer they increased in both frequency and severity. I finally convinced his doctor to refer him for allergy testing. As I had suspected, he has allergies that include: Russian Olive Trees, Box Elder Trees, Ragweed, and many other trees and weeds that are common in our area. The doctor said that he will be most heavily affected from early summer through harvest. This doesn't surprise me really as this is when he has the most migraines. He has never had a...