Lingering BronchitisMy daughter has had lingering bronchitis for about 6 weeks. It started with a terrible very frequent cough. Now she is down to coughing a few times a day, but the cough is exhausting. She runs to the bathroom and spits out white phlegm, sometimes it's thick, sometimes it's just saliva. She needs a drink right after. There is no lethargy/fever. her energy is just fine, but the cough won't go away. And her eyes get red and watery for a a minute after (i think from the effort the coughing takes) any remedy suggestions? She responded well to Ant-t in the beginning, but it stopped working weeks ago.
katherine123 on 2013-12-10
Kindly report after a few days.
God willing she will be OK by then.
daktersaab 6 years ago
if you are in usa/canada, Europe you are going to have to
order Bacillinum 200 from Helios Homeopathic Pharm
in the UK, bc you cannot get this remedy otherwise without
It takes 7 to 10 days to get it. In the meantime, I would,
if in usa, get her some Wellness Formula for children from
Whole Foods. It is a combo of herbs and vitamins and they
have it for adults- been around for 20 years, very effective.
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 11 Dec 2013 03:05:45 GMT]
♥ simone717 6 years ago
I didn't end up ordering the bacillinum, because her cough just started getting a lot better. For the past week, she usually coughs just once, around 9:30 pm when she is sleeping. It is still exhausting and deep, but is shorter (lasts 10-15 seconds) and dry with no phlegm coming up. She also says she sometimes coughs a little when they go outside in school (we are in NYC so the air is cold). I am not there to hear it, but she assures me it's not the scary cough.
Any advice? Would Spongia maybe help?
katherine123 6 years ago
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