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Needed advice from Homeopath


I'm 24 year old female. I suffer from vasomoter (non-allergic) rhinitis, which I have had for over a year now. I have an excess production of mucus in my throat and a terrible cough. This affects my breathing, sometimes I feel my throat is so congested I can barely breathe.

I am always coughing up mucus, however I find it is at its worse when I am outside or after I drink milk. I think temperature change is also a factor as cold weather seems to aggravate it.

The mucus is slightly yellow in color. I am currently talking antibiotics (ruide), antihistamines (periactin and avil), a nasal spray (nasonex) and am doing a nasal wash several times a day. Yet I don't seem to get any better. Can you recommend a treatment plan or something that may help cure me of this illness?

  ophelia157 on 2010-09-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
at present start Hepar sulph 30 thrice in a day for a week and report...

I will presceibe and another medicine for the increase the immunity against allergy.. cold..etc...

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade

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