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I am 29 years old female and I get wheezing often. I feel heavy and not able to breathe at ease and I can feel there is lot of phlegm in my chest. I have difficulty coughing but when I force myself to cough there is a slight relief for few seconds and again I feel heavy while breathing. My hands, ears and legs get cold and I get chest pain. I land up taking albuterol puffs often and they help me for few hours only. Again my wheezing turns and the next day when I cough I get green color phlegm and my wheezing is there for about 2 days. I am really tired of using albuterol it makes me feel very weak. Can anyone help me with a proper homeopathic medicine for my chest cold with pain and wheezing
  umadevi on 2008-11-10
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please try (ipecac-30c) 2pills twise a day for week only then stop after 2weeks report me back,ok
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