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my 5 month baby girl suffer from cough and cold

My 5 month baby was suffering for cough so i consulted a homeopathy doc on phone. I asked him what to give my baby i have pulsatila 30, belldone 30, and bryonia. He said give her two drops of bryonia. After giving her she suffer from running nose and d whole night she cried alot. So next day i went to allopathy doc he prescribed some medicine which stop d runing nose but my baby had bad cough.i dont want to give her allopathy medicine. So plzz help me and advise me what homeopathy medicine to give her.
  parulananya on 2014-09-20
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give the medicine prescribe by the homeopathy doc it will take time to work the running nose is due to the cold is coming out of the body and she cried because she don't feel comfortable due to running nose .
and give her a dose of belladonna before she sleep
[message edited by gaintrox on Sat, 20 Sep 2014 11:45:04 BST]
gaintrox 7 years ago
Thanks for d reply...what dose of belldonna should i give her
parulananya 7 years ago
give two dose give the doses before she is about to take nap
gaintrox 7 years ago

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