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pls help 3.5 years kid fever,cold,cough

Dear all,

3.5 years boy suffering from cold,fever(102 to 103),cough,phlum(Light greenish) when sneezing,nausea feeling.treated fever before one week back.now fever again with all the above symptoms.Please advise.


Ch Rao.
  homeopatient001 on 2009-12-05
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If he prefers cold surroundings give him pulsatilla 200c. If he likes being covered, give ars alb 200. You may also give him the tissue salts ferrum phos, natrum mur and natrum sulph.
kadwa last decade
Dear sir,

how many times 200c shd be given and regarding tissue salts 2 x 3 2 times a day?Pls clarify.

homeopatient001 last decade
If we cover with blanket he will not say no.. and also if we don’t give blanket he will not ask

homeopatient001 last decade
please give him pulsatilla 200c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for 2 days. If he gets relief stop giving puls.

If he is very restless you may give him tissue salts between two doses of pulsatilla.

One dose of tissue salt means
one pellet each of
natrum mur
ferrum phos
natrum sulph

After two days please give him tissue salts thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours.
kadwa last decade

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