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5.5 month old constipation

Can i give my baby who is 5.5 bio comb 4 for constipation.he started having his solids since 4 months.,but recently he has started to have constipation.He passes stool in 3 -4 days.Plus its been two months since he has been passing green stool.he has had cold though minor one:little cough,dry coryza with blocked nose and sniffles)the cold keeps coming back after a week or two.
This is the only type of cold he has.
My baby is a boy born on 14th june 2010.he weighs 7 kg.
He is teething too for which I am giving him bio comb 21.two of his lower central incisors have come out without too much irritation,thank to bio comb 21.
Please help,allopathic is not helping him much.
I am worried about his constipation and dark green stools.
 
  simkhan06 on 2010-12-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give him Aumina-30 (5 drops per dose thrice a day for week and report)


dr.mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
i am sorry Dr mahfooz but i am not able to get the prescribed medicine here in homeo stores.Are you sure this is the medicine?
 
simkhan06 last decade

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