Childhood asthmaMy younger child,3 yrs 1 mnth, has been suffering from frequent cold(once a month) followed/accompanied by cough and breathing trouble,whhezing etc. since his age of 1 yr and 2-3 months.Till now he had to been rushed to hospital for emergency no. of times ,but did not need to be admitted.Nebulization would set him right.
People in my neighborhood has been saying that these troubles will go away with age of 5 or above.
I have read many websites on modern medicines(allopahy) where it is said that this is asthma.It is also said in those sites that astham is nor curable- only manageable.I am very much worried about the future of my son.
Is is curable by homoepathy?For your information I have already started homoepathy for my son's asthma treatment and I am ready for long term treatment.
abhijit12 on 2012-11-22
abhijit12 9 years ago
100 % of childhood asthma cases may not be cured fully by any system of medicine including homoepathy. But the contention of allopathy that asthma is not curable and only mamageable is very woorisome for me.
I have started consulting homoepathy for my son's asthma with faith.Still, I become very worried when an asthma attack occurs.
My condition is like that of a drowning man catching a straw for survival.And that's why kadwa's comment 'There is nothing to worry' bears hope for me.I request kadwa to explain his comment and to please tell me if he knows any childhood asthma case which have been cured by homoeopathy.
With thanks to all.
[message edited by abhijit12 on Sun, 25 Nov 2012 15:21:24 GMT]
abhijit12 9 years ago
Please visit the link below on my website entitled:
How Chronic Asthma in a 7 year old was cured.
♡ Joe De Livera 9 years ago
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