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sons tonsils

Any suggestions?

my son has swollen tonsils, which are pink in colour with no pain. He is not sleeping very well because he is having difficulty breathing at night. I have tried a couple of remedies nothing seems to be working.
His tonsils have which look like crators in them. He sucks his thumb. He dosen;t like loud noises. He has normal development.
  Gerney19 on 2010-08-01
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please givehim Bell-30 thrice a day alternately Hep.Sulph-30 ( 5drops per dose 3/4 times a day and report after 3 days.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
I think that it is important to mention this has been going on for two months. Should I still follow the same course of action.
When you say to give the bell and the hep sulph is this in the same day
Gerney19 last decade
i would like to ask some questions about his behaviour during sickness.
mayda last decade
his behaviour during his sickness is tired and whinning. He does though do nornal activity. I have tried a couple different remedies merc with no results. I also tried Bell at the very begining of the illness with no results. I was starting Baryta Carb. My sons SRP's I believed to be was no pain associated with the tonsils. He alsmost has no symptoms. I was going to give the Baryta Carb a few days and if that dosn't work perhaps going with Mahfoozuurdhan suggestion.
Gerney19 last decade

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