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18 months boy - Infantile anorexia and chronic cough with phlem

My 18 months old son is suffering from anorexia since he's 7 months old. at 10 months he was 8 kgs and he's now 9 kgs.
Everytime he gainssome grams of weight, he falls ill from flu and colds and looses it all. He won't eat. Cold/Flu is another problem: He's been ill almost every months since the beginning of the year. Lots of phlem. No appetite. Stuffy nose etc.
-He was born face upwards. Gained weight till his 7 months then began repulsing food / milk.
-Is very active and stubborn.
-height is 80percentile.
  anouska25 on 2012-07-16
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PL let me know

1. How much sweating he has and where
2. Whether he likes to cover at night or kicks of the cover
3. What is thee posture in the sleep
4. Status of his thirst

R.P. Tamhankar
[message edited by shouse_nsk on Tue, 17 Jul 2012 03:38:34 BST]
shouse_nsk last decade
Hello Mr Tamhankar,
Thanks for replying.
1. He sweats profusely thru the hair in his head, especially near sleep/nap time.
2.He doesn't like to cover, he kicks his cover most of the times.
3. He likes to sleep clinging to a pillow or other pillow like object. He oftens sleep on his pillow. He changes posture often.
4. He asks for water often. No milk, just water.

Hope I have given enough detail.
Thanks loads
anouska25 last decade
Pl give him
1. Calc Carb-30 6 pills 2 times a day
2. Aethusa-30 6 pills 2 times a day

Pl keep 40-50 minutes gap between 1 and 2
Pl give feedback after 10 days

R.P. Tamhankar
[message edited by shouse_nsk on Fri, 20 Jul 2012 13:33:47 BST]
shouse_nsk last decade

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