My infant constantly sick with colds because of mold in apartment!My 11 month old son has been constantly sick with colds since we moved into our apartment in May of this year. He also developed pneumonia in June and recently had a bout of bronchitis, which I had to give him puffers to relieve it. I would like to start using homeopathic medicine instead, and especially for the constant colds. He also has had an ear infection recently. It really bothers me, because he is constantly fussy and won't sleep at night and the allopathic doctors have no cure for viruses. Please help, what should be a good treatment for my son?
Note: my son suffered a brain hemhorrage at birth but is free from it now. He also has taken anti-seizure medication as he had developed seizures at birth, but is free from that too in many months.
veralucia on 2005-11-21
Add 1/2 tea spoon distilled water to the remaining above mixture, shake it as before and use for the next dose.
Repeat the above procedure for the subsequent doses.
sahai last decade
A good book that could help with that is Jeff May's "My House Is Killing Me!".
Daisy43 last decade
Another thing that I just noticed today, is that my son is making some twitching movements with his face. I'm concerned because like I said, my son was born with a hemorhage and was having to take some kind of medication for seizures. My boyfriend also had already noticed it, but I only saw it today. He told me he saw something on the tv called Tourette's syndrome but it is usually only detected by the age of 2 and up. If my son ends up getting that, is there anything for Tourette's?
veralucia last decade
sahai last decade
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