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two and a half year old with a dry cough

My two and a half year old daughter has a very bad dry cough.She is asthamatic .She did not sleep at all last night.I gave her Belladonna 30c when she was coughing badly at night that helped her for like 2 hrs and again she woke up coughing i gave her Bell 30c again which again helped her.It's morning now and she still has dry ,irritating cough.The cough sounds harsh and painful.Have given her Bell 30c twice but she is still coughing.Have even nebulised her but even that doesn't seem to help .Can anybody suggest something really fast.

  shiny on 2007-02-23
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aresenic alb 30 and Ipeceac 30 4 hrly alternate for 3-4 days and reportme
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Bell seems to be correct medicine but Sulpher-30 Alt: Bell-30 will certainly help the patient .

Dr. Mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
My daughter is still coughing.Loud,dry irritating cough.Just a thought i hope sulphur 30c won't cause any aggravations.
Would appreciate other opinions also.

shiny last decade
your child is allergic to cold do not give sulpher at all arsenic and ipeacac is the right choice of medicine for the child try it .
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
i was looking up for some cases on noctural asthma and bumped into your sons case.

Any update you can give on how he is as of now.

DOnt see u usimg the site anymore.
abhayarchitect last decade
shiny are you still using this forum pls reply because i need your help
anushavijish 7 years ago

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