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Enlarged adenoids

My son is 6 years old (will be 7 in February). We seen an ENT doctor who said his adenoids are enlarged and are causing his symptoms. (Not confirmed with xray).
About my son:
This has been an on going problem for 2 - 3 years. He gets some relief once the weather warms up, but not much. He is normal height and weigh for his age. He is outgoing and energetic. He is a chronic mouth breather, he chews with his mouth open, he snores (seems to sleep ok), he has constant stuffy / runny nose (clear to yellow drainage). No issues with ear infections usually, although he did have one about two months ago that there is some fluid left over from and causing a bit of hearing loss (according to hearing test done by ENT.)

Please advise on what he should be taking. Surgery is an absolute last option for us.

Thank you.
[message edited by noelemcroft on Sat, 08 Nov 2014 20:29:07 GMT]
 
  noelemcroft on 2014-11-08
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