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vaginal infection

I am writing on behalf of 2 girls (one 3 years and one 6 months) who have vaginal infections with actinomyces and corynobacterium present. The 6 month baby also has a white bump (perhaps 3-4 mm in diameter) towards the back of her throat visible when she is crying. From what I understand, Actinomyces is normally treated with months of antibiotics. Does anyone have experience treating this successfully with homeopathy, perhaps with a nosode? I would like to avoid using antibiotics if at all possible.
  3tephmt on 2008-08-16
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pls try merc sol 6 daily one dose of 1 drops early in the morning empty stomach.. for at least 10 to 15 days only.. for 6 month girl only 4-5 days is enough..

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thank you, I will try this.
3tephmt last decade

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