Zyr Cold

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sankarapandian Says:
my son is 7 months old and had cold. shall i give zyrcold syr. to him

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David Says:
Unless the medication specifically states that you can give it to an infant, I would highly recommend taking him to a nurse or urgent care instead of just giving him some pills. They can better evaluate an easy long term solution in person, as no one over the internet can possibly know his medical history (if any) or how this medication affects him at that age, as well as the benefits or disadvantages that it provides him.

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