Dr Reva and/or other Experts pls advise me if I can give 'Denton' to my baby after a dose of Lyco 30?Hello !
As directed by Dr Reva in the other thread Lyco 30 to my 6 mnth old baby girl for stuffy nose n cough which was given to her last evening i..e.. on 20th feb 2011.Although she has running nose n sneezing still but i guess its much more manageable now.
Now I have noticed my lil one screams and is sleepless,very cranky calm only when picked up n held close chewing up on things all the time is probably cutting her first tooth.
I have a Combination Medicine called 'Denton'(It has Chamomilla Vulgaris 3 + Ferrom Phos 3x + Kali Mur 3x + Calcarea Phos 3x + Kali Phos 3x + Silicea 6x + Magnesia Phos 3x ). I was told to give her one tablet every day to ease teething.
I wanted to know if i can give her a tablet of Denton everyday,will Lyco 30 which was given on 20th Feb eve have any restriction on giving 'Denton' from today ? Or you suggest waiting ??
Am stressed out myself cause of lack of sleep n cough so I atleast need to know this one thing abt starting 'Denton' so that I/we can sleep in peace at night.
Please do revert back as soon as you can,my little girl is in pain (and so am I).
Thank you so much,in advance !
anannya on 2011-02-21
For children I find 200c is a good potency, especially for situations like Teething.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
Well,actually am in the outskirts of the city so difficult to get the said Med before my husband return back home (that is 10 days min),so in the interim can I give what I have with me right now i..e..Denton (Hope it wont harm her in anyway!) ?
Moreover,What dosage of Chamomilla 200C should i give her and how often?
I need to mix the pill in water or put it straight on her tongue ?
Will repeating Chamomilla 200C often get her into trouble ??
with warm Regards,
[message edited by anannya on Tue, 22 Feb 2011 05:14:28 CST]
anannya 9 years ago
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