Cold, Snoring and AdenoidAge: 2years 3 months
She is suffering from frequent attack of cold. Many doctors refered but noises from the during sleep are not cured. Then on prescription of a doctor X-ray was taken-up and doctor came to know that there are severe infections in-side the nose, throat, and ears due to cattarah, which may leads to adenoid infection. After 2 months treatment no relief noticed. Then we proceeded to a homeopathic doctor. He did not disclose the remedy name, but after taking few doses, vomitting started and large quantity of catarah exausted and chest noises cleared. But, noises from the nose are still same even after completing 3 months of treatment. She is frequently attacked with cold during this period.
Other symptoms are
1. snoring during sleep
2. noises from the nose even in sitting position.
3. Keeps mouth open during sleep.
4. do not like to cover body with some blanket or light cloth during sleep.
5. do not cover mouth
6. head remains hot
7. too much sweat on head
8. cry to full fill her demands
9. Appetite generally less
10. dont like milk product like curd, whey etc. take milk by bottle only when in half slept position. After wake-up she does not like milk by cup/glass/bottle or by other mean.
11. like to eat chapati without vegetable( not always)
12. delay in speaking
13. Other growth is normal
1 year back it was easy to divert her from one topic to other. but it is very difficult. Presenlty doctor giving Fer. Phos 30. but no progress noticed in snoring and noises from the nose.
Please recommend me a suitable homeopathic treatment.
Rani9 on 2012-05-11
1. Kali Mur-6x
2. Ferrum Phos-6x
Hopefully this will suit your kid.
♡ Mahfoozurrehman 8 years ago
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