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please........need help with whooping cough

I am getting scared for my girls they are so sick....they have never had any shots they are all on remedies ...... I am starting to think that I should have gotten them their shots....I am also wondering why they weren't protected by their constutional remedies.......I really just want to know what to do now. thanks,Margaret
  mabc98 on 2005-04-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
we are in the same boat, as we are going through this too with my 3.5 yr old (it's been about a month and a half for him) and my 5 month old and myself. we have a confirmed swab.

email me off list if it allows you too if you'd like to chat or you can call me. i have spoken with another woman in MA who went through it last july with 8 of them. it helps to talk.

ontario, canada
wendypape last decade
There is an old remedy [ or rather series ] by Boeninghausen
Day one Aconite 1m
Day two Hep sul 1m
Day three Spongia 1m .

Only know of this by reputation have not used it personally.

Have Used Carbo Veg 1m , as required.
passkey last decade

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