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chest congestion

hi my 8.5 months old daughter has this constant chest congestion since the time she was born. I can hear these noises clearly at night when she breathes during her sleep since day one. She is highly suseptible to infection due to tonsils and cough and running as well as blocked nose. When she was around three months, she used to wake up due to nose blocks and it was also difficult for her to be breast fed for long durations.she is 9.5 kgs and 73 cms in height. She has had her regular vaccinations and has two teeth now. i have also been suceptible to cold and cough and throat infections since childhood till now, is this heridatory, kindly prescribe something for her.i am giving her teething troubles biochemic 21 bregularly.
  garimasingh on 2008-09-24
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please give just one dose of TUBERCULINUM 1M and wait for a month.

if you see some changes in the frequency and intensity of cold & cough of the child, you can give one or two doses more in infrequent intervals.

else, come back for alternative remedies.
rishimba last decade

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