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30-06-2013 20:37 #11
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30-06-2013 21:11 #12
The last time dd had this the doc said warm drinks, keep warm and NO cold air-it aggravates thw airways and makes it worse.
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30-06-2013 22:03 #13
My kids all tend to be asthmatics. I have column heaters in each bedroom set to low to take the chill off. My kids wear singlets and warm clothes to bed, too. Sometimes, I've used both the heater and vaporizer as the heater tends to make the air dry.
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30-06-2013 22:06 #14Senior Member
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Mrsd I guess different things work for different kids so i might give it a go then
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