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Child 3years Wheezing

Age : 3years 6 months girl
Shows wheezing at night ,
Starts initially as cold, mild running nose, or cough, kind of cold due to allergy. After a couple of days, aggravates to Wheezing at night, dont know exactly what triggers it, but looks like cold, eating candies, at night etc.

Other symptoms
Had moderate eczema earlier at about 2 years age, now considerably reduced.

Difficult to cough, almost like vomitting due to cough/wheezing.
Sleeps at night with wheezing.
Kindly let me know any experiences, remedies.
Thanking you
  nittursp on 2004-11-01
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how eczema treated or being treated?

how many colds child had in past year or so?please explain
John Stanton last decade
mild eczema up until about 2 years, mainly application of petroleum jelly. This has reduced considerably.

Wheezing has occured at a frequency of about 2 months.Also accompanies fever at about 99.5 . Had to give Albutorol earlier
nittursp last decade
how often are you using petroleum jelly currently?
John Stanton last decade
Most common wheezing and hayfever remedy for a child is ARSENICUM ALBUM. 2 or 3 doses as needed. Especially at night. There are others, but please post.

Seeming to need to vomit or actually does, calls for IPECACUANHA. (homeopathic Ipecac). Sabra
sabra last decade
Sounds like an allegy to me . Allergies are due to mildly depressed immune system - probably following vaccination. If so Thuja suggests itself.
passkey last decade
did you try anything ?

there could be other suggestions.
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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