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Nat mur for cold

My 1yr n 7months baby developed a cold 2 days ago with very watery and clear mucus.
I've been giving her nat mur n yet her cold hasnt reduced and mucus is still as plenty as ever.
Should i stop giving nat mur? Pls help.
  namn on 2017-07-21

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drthoufeequebhms 7 months ago

If im a doctor i dont think i would be asking this question. 😅
My homeopath just told me its nat mur 6x.
Should i continue giving it since her cold seems to not getting any better?

namn 7 months ago

Hey...even junior doctors can ask questions regarding their cases..

If its not giving any slight releif even after 3-4days..you can change the remedy..
I suggest ferrum phos 6x 2tablets 4times daily for one day and wait for next 24 hours.
If its not giving any slight relief. After 24 hours-36hrs...give kali mur 6x in same way..

drthoufeequebhms 7 months ago

Sorry! I appreciate your reply. My baby is getting better now after i stopped the nat mur. My homeopath just told me to give the multipurpose remedy. I dont know what is it though but shes getting much better.
Again thank you for your suggestions and time dr!

namn 7 months ago

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