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Enlarged Adenoids and chronic runny nose

My 3 year daughter has been having chronic runny nose since 6 -7 months. Her preimary care physician kept giving her antibiotics which didn't help her at all. She was seen by an E.N.T. physician and an x-ray of neck revealed enlarged adenoids, Her tonsils are normal in size. She coughs(most dry)at night and early mornings and sometime vomits after coughing at night. Steroid nasal sprays were prescribed by the E.N.T. which help for 1-2 weeks but all her symptoms returned back. I called a well known homeopath back home( India) and was told to give Hypersulph 30C 3 drops every 3 hours and Baryta Iodide 30c 3 drops every 3 hours. I started giving her Agraphis Nutans 6x 2 pills 3 times a day yesterday. I could not find hypersulph in the medicine list. Is it similar to sulphur? I also want to know if I can give all 3 medicine at one time. Also, Would appreciate if anyone feedback from anyone who knows any other medicine that helps with enlarged adenoids and chronic runny nose and cough. The E.N.T is saying that the adenoids needs to be removed and I do not want my 3 years old daughter to undergo any surgery. Thank You.
  malik2k8 on 2008-09-24
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please give her 3 doses of CALC CARB 30C on a single day at 4 hours interval.

all doses to be given at least one hour before taking meals.

please report after one month.
rishimba last decade

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