Please Help!! 2yo w/thrush, blisters in throat, ear infection, fever, swollen lymphMy son is sick w/ fever, swollen lymph glands, ear infection, blisters in his throat from what I can see at least I can see them around his uvula, and thrush. This happened following tooth eruptions of the 2nd year molars 3 weeks ago. It started with a cold which I got over rather well, he seemed to recover ok as well except for an ear infection that was over looked until a few days post cold, I noticed swollen glands after I noticed ear infection. I don't want the Dr. to give antibiotics as the two times that he has had antibiotics in the past he developed fungal infections & thrush, which I don't think that was 'cured' by nystatin either. I am getting desperate to see him well and his lymph properly draining. I am highly concerned over the blisters in his throat. Please advise. He likes to be uncovered. He is a sweet playful two year old. He has shown recent aggression towards his friends. He loves to nurse and perhaps too much so while we are dealing with thrush. Not sure what brings on his symptoms. He didn't seem to fit gelsemium for swollen glands.
EarthMother on 2005-05-13
Get some Hep Sul 3x[or6x] and give one tablet three times a day [morn,noon,evening] .
As a back up get some Aurum mur 3x[or6x] and hold in reserve .
Use the Hep sul for a week and STOP. Wait a further week to judge how it is working . Do NOTHING until the condition worsens again .
Can then deceide if we go again with Hep Sul or use Aur Mur
passkey last decade
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