3 year old has enlarged tonsilsMy 3-year-old grandson has been diagnosed with enlarged tonsils (3 out of 4 - whatever that means). He is Caucasian, fair, blond, blue-eyed. Tall for his age,35 lbs. slender, but not too thin. He eats well - loves his veggies.
Problems: He never sleeps through the night. Breathes with his mouth open at night (snores) and during the day (drools).
DIsposition: Generally a happy child, has excellent fine motor skills, has an excellent vocabulary and speaks clearly. Most pleasant to be around. Exception: When he is tired or hungry he becomes impossible -- all sane communication disappears. He screams, kicks and has - over the past few months - taken to biting - his mother, father, me -- if we are close enough.
Because of the breathing with mouth open and drooling, he was examined by a specialist. The conclusion was that he has the enlarged tonsils as described above and should have them surgically removed as soon as possible.
Since homeopathy is always our first choice in our family, I am hoping that you can help so we do not have to traumatize this little boy with surgery.
Thank you in advance.
Marcia on 2009-10-01
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