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please help for infant's eczema

Hello All,
My son has eczema since last 4 months and was giving him arsenic album 30c once in a week since last 2 months, eczema was better but he got the cough/wheezing problem which made me worried and stopped the medicine now I consulted another homeopath here in US who has given couple of medicines to give with water 3 times a day , but won't give me names of the medcines?? I am concerned since I don't know what medicines I will be giving to my son?? he is also allergic to milk, wheat, peanuts and some pulses too.
Want to trust this homeopath but without names is very hard and don't want to start arsenic bcoz of wheezing problem , please guide me as it's a matter of constant worry for me now.
Please help!!!
  daveap on 2009-01-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Do not worry about the name of the medicine.Follow your physician and in case of any problem,contact him.
sajjadakram635 last decade
Thanks for the reply however it's very hard for me to trust some1 who will not disclose the treatment plan, what are your views on arsenic ?
Thanks once again!!!
daveap last decade

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