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My toddler has conjunctivitis with the usual puffy eyes and sticky yellow discharge. I have given her two doses already today of pulsatilla 30c. Should I give antibiotic eye drops or wait to see what happens? It actually seems to be getting worse is this still a good sign with eyes in homeopathic terms?
  puzzy on 2009-03-15
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What makes it better, what makes it worse ?

What effect does washing have ?

What effect does heat have ?

Any times of aggravation ?
sameervermani last decade
1)Yesterday not nothing that I noticed made it better not even fresh air. 3rd dose of pulsatilla seemed to clear up most of yellow discharge. 2) Washing was o.k last night because her nose and eyes had stopped streaming. After sleeping yesterday the discharges were profuse, she wouldn't let me near her to wipe it away. 3) I think heat was making the discharge worse. 4)Not sure I thought pulsatilla was making the discharge flow more, which I thought may have been a good sign. Seems to have dried up now although eyes are still puffy.
puzzy last decade

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