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11 month old sniffles and cough

My 11 month old has runny nose plus cough. I think it's teething as she only has two bottom teeth from 6 weks ago and the symptoms were the same and no more teeth since. She doesn't dribble at all like you see when babies teeth but I read it could go down throat instead. She doesn't have temperature and is fine in herself. I gave one dose aconite last night in case cold as sneezing and runny nose and cough.

Any help appreciated. Many thanks
 
  ceava on 2012-09-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If she is a lovely baby who doesn't irritate you, you may give her Pulsatilla 30 in the morning and evening for 2 days. There is no need to give pulsatilla if aconite works.

Chamomilla is considered as the remedy for teething troubles if the kid becomes too irritable.
 
kadwa 8 years ago
Hi, I gave the pulsatilla and her nose is still running.
 
ceava 8 years ago
If she got relief in her cough, you should wait. If she got no relief please give her calc carb 30 in the morning and evening for 2 days.
[message edited by kadwa on Sun, 16 Sep 2012 12:17:33 BST]
 
kadwa 8 years ago
Thank you so much. Yes I will wait as she doesn't have a cough. Many thanks indeed.
 
ceava 8 years ago
Just to conclude, cleared up perfectly! Thank you so much.
 
ceava 7 years ago
Patience always matters!!
 
kadwa 7 years ago

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