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Bronchitis and asthma

I am on my 4rth bout of bronchitis in 18 months. The first was durimg my pregnancy. The dr said it was viral, but was affecting my asthma which was dormant for a few years. My chest feels tight and I am constantly coughing. I cant sleep. I just finished prednisone and I am on inhalers. Talking makes things worse. Warms drinks are temporarily soothing. The cough produces a white phlegm that is occassionly yellowish green. My chest x ray was clear.
 
  jazmine7 on 2012-01-21
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Take one dose of Calc Carb 30 in the night. Next morning, take one dose of Phosphorus 30 and take Lycopodium in the night. Dont repeat any medicines. Report after 2 days. This should do a lot of good.

For general instructions, please read my profile.

Reva V
 
Reva V 9 years ago

[message deleted by hpathyisgr8 on Sat, 21 Jan 2012 20:40:15 GMT]
 
hpathyisgr8 9 years ago
If u have nose coryza and sore throat followed by chest infection(bronchitis) then ur case is progressing towards tuberculosis.therefore be careful.
 
hpathyisgr8 9 years ago
Thank you for the advice regarding the remedies. I actually feel a little better.
 
jazmine7 9 years ago
Please repeat the same medicines once more, if needed, after 2 days gap.

Reva V
 
Reva V 9 years ago

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