Histal Antihistamine Syrup

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Debbie Says:
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Does histal antihistamine syrup work for adenoids? My baby is suffering from adenoids.

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Kevin Says:


As a parent my heart is wrenched to hear about this situation. Watching our children suffer is the worst torture imaginable because all we want to do is help make them better.

I will start by clarifying something, adenoids themselves are normal in the human body. They are designed to trap germs that enter through the nose, similar to the way that tonsils trap germs that enter through the mouth. It is not entirely uncommon to have to have adenoid removal surgery.

I don't want to assume anything but it seems like the situation you find yourself in is that your baby has something wrong with his/her adenoids blocking the airway. If that is the situation you find yourself in then the NIH does say that it is possible that an antihistamine may temporarily improve the situation.

I strongly advise that you discuss this option along with any others with your child's pediatrician prior to making any actions. Only a medical professional with access to your child's medical history and current knowledge of the situation will be able to give you accurate and safe advice on how to proceed.

I hope this helps and I wish you and your baby the best.

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