constant runny nose in 18 month old girlHi, I'm trying to figure out how to help my 18 month old girl. She is constantly suffering from colds/runny nose. When the coughing and fevers go, she continues with the runny nose. She may have had one or two weeks without a runny nose since she started day care 6 months ago. How can I help her? We have tried the over the counter homeopathic medicine from Boiron - Coryzalia for children, but only slight improvement with the cough and fever. She's had this for 2 solid months now. Doctors are unconcerned. This is worrisome to us as parents but also so frustrating for the child. Thank you so very much for your advice.
toberedeemed on 2007-11-18
- describe the colour and consistency of the phlegm.
- what time is it worst.
- what are the other concurrent symptoms with the running nose.
- is it accompanied by sneezing.
- how is her thirst.
- is the child mild natured or irritating.
- is the cold worse in cold room or warm room.
- is the throat also affected.is she coughing as well.
- is the chest clear.
- is the coryza excoriating on the skin or bland.
- is it accompanied by itching of the eyes, watering of the eyes or pain in the ears as well.
♥ rishimba last decade
The nose mucous is clear but very runny
Pretty much 24/7 although mornings are slightly better
Occasional cough while sleeping
Average thirst - drinks appropriate milk and water
She's a very mild natured child, although has gotten into biting me lately
Haven't observed any difference if it's worse in a cold or warm room
No throat irritation, only occasional cough
Chest is clear, no rattling
I don't understand what you mean by coryza excoriating on the skin or bland - sorry
Not accompanid by itching of eyes, watering of eyes or pain in the ears (although she did suffer from pink eye and ear infection about one month ago - runny nose was already there when she got these other illnesses)
toberedeemed last decade
♥ rishimba last decade
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