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    Yes. My son has it. Not whooping cough...did the swab. Antibiotics not helpful. Trying different kind now. Giving demazin at bedtime helps.

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    Yep, for months now! We got the round of tests plus meds for croup and then ab's for pneumonia. It went for about a month, but now it's back again. Every little cold virus seems to set it off. Frustrating!!

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    Yep. Well, a two year old. It's very upsetting. Thanks for the honey tip, I'm definitely going to try that. I'll try anything at this point.

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    Glad to hear I'm not alone but so upsetting for these little ones

    Hope to get to the bottom of it soon
    Totally trying the honey too !!


 

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