continuous allergic cold and coughmy friend's 7 yr old son has a typical cycle of progress of the disease---
sneezing, running nose for 2-3 days then the constant cough comes along.
doctors have been prescribing nebulizer and anti-allergic syrups.
The cold and cough symptoms all started since he was about 2 and a half yr old,
since then off and on it keeps happening,he has also taken quite a few anti-biotics.
He was given homoeo remedies like aconite,spongia,hepar sulph,drosera,pulsatilla,recently he was on tuberculinum bov.200 for a long time.
But the cold and cough have been with him since the last 2 months,kindly suggest a good remedy.
[message edited by doctor norah on Mon, 31 Dec 2012 09:14:48 GMT]
doctor norah on 2012-12-24
1. It is patient worse by cold, cold wind, winter or worse by summer or heat.
2. Is the patient is thirsty
3. What is type of discharge from nose..? white, watery, yellowish etc.
4. What is aggravation timing
shouse_nsk 7 years ago
whenever there is any change of weather like suddenly very cold or very warm weather,
he has normal thirst , drinks about 5-6 glasses of water per day
Even during the cough phase, he likes warm water and warm fluids .
initially the nasal discharge is watery, then turns white and later greenish and is in large quantity.
The cough gets aggravated when the child screams, shouts , runs, and on lying down in the bed at bedtime.
[message edited by doctor norah on Mon, 31 Dec 2012 09:10:26 GMT]
doctor norah 7 years ago
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