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15 month old with wind

Hi my 15 month old got a stomach bug 3 months ago and since has had lots of wind. He used to sleep through the night and I never noticed him to pass any wind. Now he wakes 2-4 times a night with wind and farts all day. I had a stool test done which showed an unknown yeast in the bowel.
I have given probiotics and herbs, garlic and he still has the wind. He had never been sick before this now he's had 3 colds in 3 months. This current cold lasted 3 weeks and he now seems a little congested at night snoring. He's a very happy boy very strong willed. He's teething at the moment so he's been grumpy.
Please help I want my healthy boy back.
 
  Becboo9 on 2013-08-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
give him nux vomica 30 three pills three imes a day and calc phos 6x 2 tablets three times a day.


feed back after 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava 8 years ago

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