New Here-Help w/ 2.5 yr old whooping coughHello, my 5 month old was diagnosed with Whooping cough after ten days of coughing. She never had a runny nose nor a fever. However the doctor never heard her cough nor did a swab. She immed. put her on Antibotics and Albuetrol. needless to say, I am not sure if she had it. My main question is my 2.5 yr old has coughed here and there. No runny nose or fever yet. maybe I am barking up the wrong tree. She is not immunized and wondered if you had any thing I can give her in the form of vitamins to halt this, that is if she even has this. Better safe than sorry. I have Belladona. How much Vit c's?? Thanks in advance!
jtlaharder on 2005-09-02
If you give vitamin C then follow the guidelines on the packaging for infants, or preferably give juice rich in vitamin c. It is not advisable to give huge doses of vitamins to a young infant. is she breastfeeding or formula?
erika last decade
jtlaharder last decade
♡ rajivprasad last decade
As Drosera is such a good whooping cough remedy then give one dose (only one dose) now to your 2.5 year old and this will also help.
As rajivprasad said above a dose of this for your 5 month old - if this doesn't help then come back to us for more help.
best wishes, erika
erika last decade
Now she is taking 2*300 mg/day Lithium Carbonate and 1mg/day Clonazepam and 1 g EPA/day.
Is there any remedy for her within homeopathy?
Please give me your contact poitns to call or visit you.
hztehrani last decade
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