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I have given my 2yo, 5 doses of sulph 30 within these 4 days.
I tried giving her double dosage but her cough got really bad and I saw this as an aggravation, so I sticked to one dosage per day.
So far, the sneezing has stopped.
But the coughing has changed to a very thick phlegmy cough.
She would cough consistently throughout the day, and it would be particularly worse at midnight.
It’s hard for her to stop coughing as I’m guessing her throat is tickling.
Once in awhile thick yellow discharge would come out from her nose.
Her mood and appetite are excellent.
The ferr.phos has yet to arrive.. shipping problem during this festive season.
Maybe it will arrive tomorrow.
Could you please guide on what I should do next?
Above was written at 11pm.
Update at 6am:
-for the first time in days, she slept well last night.
-did not wake up from coughing.
-but as she woke up, she started sneezing repeatedly. 3-4 times at a time.
-and now she has a runny nose again.
-she’s still coughing.
-she has had very limited usage of aircond and strong fan.
[Edited by namn on 2018-06-04 22:39:16]
namn 3 months agoGive sulph 30c every three days, giving two days gap.
If f.p has arrived give that too.
When i get time in a couple of days will list new medicines to get. Seems her cough has become somewhat chronic and difficult. More difficult is to differentiate cough symptoms because sometimes i just could not see such distinguishing symptoms in the description even though you do write somewhat descriptively.
If you think there are some unique or peculiar symptoms do include them.
♥ maheeru 3 months agoPlease purchase : K. mur 6x, Calc. phos 6x, N. sulph 6x tissue salts
Potency medicines: Bryonia 200, Eriodyction calif. 30 and 200, Pneumococcinum 200 and 1M, Tuberculinum Aviare 200 and 1M. (I might add more later)
[Edited by maheeru on 2018-06-09 17:32:41]
♥ maheeru 3 months agoI really do appreciate your time and commitment, maheeru.
Sorry for the delay, had guests over and was quite occupied.
The last dosage of sulph 30 given was on 6/6.
I have also given ferr phos 6x, 3 times a day for 3 days now.
Her current condition:
-coughing frequency has reduced 80%.
-however once in awhile when she does cough, the intensity is very strong in terms of the thickness of mucus at her throat.
-the mucus seems to be alot there, and it is thick and stubborn.
-face reddens when coughing.
-no more sneezing. But her nose is still watery with thick clear discharge like egg white.
-overall, her condition is improving. However, as always, the issue is now to get rid of the mucus completely.
About the unique symptoms, I’ve always wondered why my 2yo gets sick easily despite me taking care of her food and hygiene.
-main diet consists of rice, protein and veggies and fruits, only drinks plain water(never given sweetened drinks), never given sweets and junk food, very limited gluten intake, any food that induces mucus is avoided as much as possible.
I’ve also been labeled as being over-controlling for practicing this, but I really do want to try my best to prevent my kids from getting sick.
-to strengthen her immune system, I give her 1 tsp of VCO a day, pure honey, and sometimes vit c.
About you saying her symptoms are unclear, my 2yo has had countless visits with 3 established homeopaths since birth, mainly because of coughing, and I’ve realized they too, see her case as being quite tricky.
The first time she really recovered well was when you prescribed the phosphorus, and I was really happy that finally, she has found ‘the’ remedy.
I do have some information that the homeopaths and doctors said that may be useful for you too.
I will email it to you as I dont feel comfortable writing it publicly.
Again, thank you for willing to help me and my child.
namn 3 months agoSince yesterday, her cough has gotten bad again.
So today I gave her sulph 30 after only a 1 day gap.
This is her 5th dose since 31/5, alongside with ferr phos 6x.
I can’t say there are any obvious improvements.
Maybe lesser frequency, but I don’t think she’s recovering well.
It is 3am and she’s coughing badly, usually it starts at this time.
The aircond is not on.
It sounds dry and painful.
And as if it won’t leave her alone.
Her face is red, her eyes watery.
She seems always thirsty, never resisting a sip from her bottle.
No gagging or vomiting.
It’s exhausting to hear her cough.
Can’t imagine how she feels.
I wish I could be more clear with the symptoms, but this is what I can tell you..
Please ask more questions so that I can help you to help my child.
[Edited by namn on 2018-06-11 19:02:44]
namn 3 months agoGive her Kali carb 30c.
♥ maheeru 3 months agoI do not have kali carb yet.. will order now.
Anything I can give in the meantime?
namn 3 months agoYour description had some distinguishing symptoms, so i gave that advice. I think getting remedies in time is a problem. Things can change or if there is a delay of more than a day in getting medicines. With the problem she is having, you should be able to buy medicines in no time.
Sometimes we can not predict the remedy so i'm unable to give you the medicines that can come up in future accurately.
If you have Ars alb or Bell., you might try but we'll have to see what happens.
♥ maheeru 3 months agoI totally understand.
I traveled to the supplier shop this morning and now got all the medicines you mentioned.
I have given my child 1 dosage of kali carb 30.
Will update her condition later.
namn 3 months ago
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