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potency of sulphur iod

i gave my seven month old baby girl calc iod 30 a few doses to cure her nasal coryza. her condition slightly improved, but it is not completely cured. she still has nasal coryza in a mild degree, and this coryza has been there for a long time. it seems to me that she should be given sulphur iod next. for she is slightly warm blooded and her slightly hot head sweats very often. as she is a seven month old infant, i am not confident about its potency. kindly tell me which potency of sulphur iod should i give her, and how many doses. can we repeat sulphur iod?
  pcthahir on 2010-10-14
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Do not change the remedy so quickly. Any positive result should be pursued until it is clear that the remedy will do no further work. How are you administering the Calc-iod to your child?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
i started to give her calc iod on 27th september, and i gave it for five days three times daily. after a week, her nasal discharge almost disappeared. but after two days she developed another cold again. and again i started calc iodthree times daily for four days. this time i could not see much of a difference. of course, the intensity of her symptoms is gone. but she still has nasal discharge. it seems to me she is not free from this nasal discharge because of her constant head sweat. so what should i do? should i continue with calc iod? should i move on to its next potency, that is, 200?somewhere i have read that sulf iod is the complement of calc iod. is it correct? is it not advisable to give sulph iod to infants?
pcthahir last decade

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