13 month battling 4th ear infectionMy 13 month old is just getting over his 4th ear infection...He was born 5 weeks early and has been in daycare since he was 5 months...I'm worried about all the antibiotics...seems that every cold (i.e. runny nose, cough, congestion) turns into an ear infection...child does not act in pain at all, our indicators are when congestion does not go away after a few days and usually has a fever...I had ear infections as a child until my mom had something suggested by a homeopathic doctor which helped remedy the infections...she does not remember what it was past the fact that it was a pill that disolved under the tongue daily...Please help..
Herb119 on 2005-02-16
The difficult part is to not group them together. We would like to try to treat them as individuals.
Please write more about child's personality. Likes and dislikes. Do both sides same, or one side more? Any colic or other aggrivations?
♥ sabra last decade
Herb119 last decade
Get 200X or near about, and give him one dose every two hours for one day. During the day, and only if he awakens at night. Do not awaken a child for a dose, unless they are seriously ill.
Give three doses the second day. Please let us know.
The second possible remedy is Calc Fluorica, but do not give together. I wanted to write it here in case it is needed. NOT to give right away. I have too many notes as it is and this is a record.
♥ sabra last decade
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