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wheezing in 10 month old baby

Hi Everyone,

I have a 10 month old baby boy. He is breastfed and has been a healthy child till the onset of fall/winter. we are in a veyr cold place. here is the history.

he got his first attack of cold/wheezing and a mild pneumonia in oct 07.

again in nov he got a wheezing episode.

in dec he got ear infection

and today again he seems to be wheezing which started as cold/cough from this morning.

medicines he has been given so far

ars alb 30c
ipecac 30c
dulcamara 1M
pulsatila 30 c

during the last 3 months and some biochemic tissue salts too.

now my question is about Ars alb 30. last time and this time when he started with cold/cough, i gave him ipecac/ ars alb in 30 c and i felt both times after giving ars alb he gets wheezing. is that possible? can someone prove the symptoms? i feel very sad for my baby who is suffering and we are forced to give neb treatments eveyrtime since i am scared of the pneumonia recurring. can someone please please help me how to treat him?

he gets cold almost every other week and wheezing every 4 weeks since winter. he was perfectly fine in summer and he was a healthy baby normal delivery.
  saihomeo on 2008-01-03
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try (Mercurius-6c) 2pills twise a day for 3days only then stop any change report me back,Ok
good luck
faisal qureshi last decade

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