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Hmm.. please give him 3 doses of Phosphorus 30c, and then wait for a week.

sameervermani last decade
No noticeable improvement. Continues to get asthma. Needs inhalers. Cold, laughing hard and night time-> wheezing and cough. Don't know if this has any relevance - always coughs a few times right before sneezing.
dragonsaur last decade
Dear dragonsaur
Stop all medicines & give him BLATTA ORIENTALIS mother tincture (10 drops) thrice daily. Post prgress after a week.
znaeem51 last decade
To be honest, I am running out of ideas here, however, if you want, I can try to go through again, but for that you must list his current symptoms in a list once again.
sameervermani last decade
I have blatta-o 30C. Is that okay? I don't know what mother tincture is.
dragonsaur last decade
Another question: 'Thrice daily' -- do I give it to him 3 times a day, everyday for one week?
dragonsaur last decade

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