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Belladonna for teething baby?

Hi there,

My 5 month old daughter is currently struggling with the onset of teething. She has a very flushed face (both cheeks are red), is irritable, barely sleeping, has red gums, is chewing on everything, drooling lads and has green stools. I have been reading up on rememedies and she seems to fit the pattern for Belladonna rather than Chamomilla.

However, I have read some information about possible risks in using Belladonna in young children. Please could someone confirm if it is safe and, if so, at what potency and dosage?

Many thanks
 
  bundybear on 2010-05-30
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Belladonna is a children's remedy. There should not be any problems in giving belladonna to your child if it is indicated. You may give her Belladonna 30c.
 
kadwa 9 years ago
You may give her Belladonna 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for 2 days and see how that affects.

One dose means
*If the medicine is in liquid dilution form
Please add some 2-3 drops of the liquid dilution to some 100 ml water. Please give 1 tsp water as one dose. Please throw away the remaining water after giving six doses.
*If the medicine is in pill form
Please add some 4-5 pills to some 100 ml water. Please give 1 tsp water as one dose. Please throw away the remaining water after giving six doses.

It will be beter if you don't give her anything to eat or drink within 10 minutes before or after giving medicine.
 
kadwa 9 years ago

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