Can Aloes be given during fever & Cold ??Respected Sir/Madam,
My son who is two years old suffering has been having Chronic Diarrhea/dysentery.
I had been suggested by someone to give him Aloes -200 twice a day( 2 drops each time). However after I started giving him Aloes he has got a cold with fever since the last two days.( I had started aloes 4 days back).
I dont know but that also maybe because of the cold weather in Delhi.
My doubt - is whether I can continue to give him Aloes-200 for his stomach problem or Should I stop it for the time being.
Experienced Homeopaths- Please help. !!
Thanks & Regards.
Gautam on 2007-01-19
Is it possible that Aloes may have trigerred the cold symptons??
By the grace of God, he doesnt have fever now but persistent cough .. the most urgent problem is nasal congestion which leads to difficult sleep.
The Doctor says there is no chest congestion & has put him on a cough syrup which is a mucolytic-expectorant & anti-allergic.
In case Aloes caused the cold, Is there anything I can give him to reverse the effect of Aloes?
BY the way he has chronic/periodic gastroenteritis & upper respiratory tract infection problems.He has got a weak immune system.Is there any homeopathic prophylaxis which I can give him.
I will be very thankful to you for your kind help.
Thanks & Regards.
( I am using my friend Gautam's Forum Id)
Gautam last decade
You can fill Rishimba's/Sajjad's questionnaire for your son so that you can get good suggestion.
Did you talk to you homeopath who gave aloes about this cold?
♡ maheeru last decade
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