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Eczema & Chest congestion in 20 months girl

My 20 month daughter has eczema and repiratory problems since birth. she got the respiratory infection twice back to back when she was 3 months and was on neubaliser for about 4-5 months. Since then she didn't have respiratory problems again and her eczema was also quite contained in last 6-8 months(I was using cetaphil cream). But 10 days ago she had severe cough and was vomiting lots of mucus, I gave her a combination Homeopathic medicine I got from India for Cough. It helped and she started feeling better in 4 days but her chest congestion is still there and I can hear the rattling sound of mucus. Also, she started having lots of eczema on her upper arms and the inside elbow joint. Her chest congestion and itiching of eczema now concerns me a lot. Please help and suggest some homeopathy medicines. Thanks
  ka_kirti on 2005-06-27
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I suggest you write the same thing to the user "Passkey" (his old id before it got hacked) and now "Keypass".

[email address removed by moderator - please see Keypass's profile if you want to email him. Note, Passkey's ID did not get hacked, he got banned as a few members found him abrasive.]
homeopathbuff last decade
I don't know, how to send the note to one user. I am sure Passkey or keypass, or other advisors on the forum will get a chance to read my note. Please who ever can suggest based on their knowledge and experience will be very much appreciated. Thx.
ka_kirti last decade
Dear Madam,

First of all let me share with you what homeopaths think of eczema and asthma.Many times they are related together and two parts of the same disease even though they appear to be different.Out of the two, asthma is the deeper and the more serious problem as it affects the lungs, a very vital organ indeed. The very fact that she has thrown out an eczema and her asthma is under control is a good sign.I suggest you give her arsenic alb 200 one dose a week for a month or two and see. It should help both her eczema and asthma.

When she has a acute asthmatic attack, you should keep the following three medicines always with you to control it. They are Justicia Avadhota 1X or 2X or 3X. Any of the three potencies will do. You give to her this medicine two drops or globules in a spoon of water 3 to 4 times a day when she has bouts of coughing.You give it for a week if it helps during the next attack.In most of the cases this medicine is very effective.

The second medicine is Naphthalin 1X.Again the dosage is the same as in case of Justicia.

The third medicine is Natrum Sulph 6C.

These three medicines along with Arsenic 200 should take care of your daughter.Please post your results on the forum for our learning.

All the best.

rajivprasad last decade
Sorry i meant Justicia Adhatoda.

rajivprasad last decade
Rajiv, Thanks a lot for your time and advising these remedies here. I wan't to start with the Ars. Alb. 200 for about 2-3 months as you have suggested. The only problem I am having right now is, I didn't find this medicine in this potency in the store nearby. I will have to order it online. I will start her on the medicine as soon as I receive the medicine and then followup with you with the results. Thanks.
ka_kirti last decade

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