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Bronchiatal chest congestion 2 years old


My son turned two last month. He is a very loving, curious and friendly boy who has had problems of asthma since last winters. He suddenly develops a wheezing in his chest and has difficulty breathing. His lungs get clogged with mucous and he coughs long and hard while breathing with difficulty. It gets worse at night. We nublize with allopathic medicines and even have to resort to antibiotics.

This time he suddenly got it again three days ago when we were out in the market and suddenly there was a dust storm before rain. I took him inside but it was too late.

He has not been eating much for several weeks and occasionally gets constipated too. He also often gets a temper when he gets out of control shouting and crying at the top of his lungs even at times hitting others and himself and can be very stubborn.
  transcend on 2014-11-12
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We have started giving him azithromyacin twice daily after we tried a homeopathic doctor who turned out to be 'electro-homeopathic' ! Whatever that is I still thought to give it a try since the doctor,s website displayed many of his awards etc. Anyway didn't work. After three doses of that we decided to go antibiotics way. However, since he has had this problem several times before, I realise this is not the solution. And I am kinda new to homeopathy. Please help me solve this problem for good. Thanks
transcend 8 years ago
Dear Transcend,

It is always best, especially for kids, to see a good homeopath in person.
They can use all their tools of observation to prescribe.

You want to have a homeopath who has years of experience, and
does one remedy at a time in the minimum dose and takes the
case in detail.

There have been people on here, talking about getting something
like electro homeopathy- and turning their head and seeing the
'homeopath'doing some banging on the machine to make it look
like the machine is sending the signal or making the remedy-
no one knows what these 'remedies' really are.

If you want to let me know your area, I can give you legitimate
homeopaths to choose from, if they exist where you live.


simone717 8 years ago
Thanks for your reply Simone. We do have a lot of homeopaths here in Islamabad, Pakistan. However, I do not know which one is good and which is not.

We have been giving our son the azithromyacin and a cough syrup called tixilix. He is doing much better now. Its the third day. However, he has had this problem before too several times and its very characteristic of him. The phlegm never comes out (maybe he does not know how to spit it out). So we do not know what color it is.

Moreover, his appetite has been much reduced since some time before he got sick. Barely eats anything (though drinks milk without much effort). He is also often very cranky and stubborn.

Once again I would request to please suggest me a remedy. I will cross check it from Materia medica and internet to make sure his symptoms match well.

After the antibiotic dose is finished today and after he gets well, should we give him some homeopathic medicine or maybe if and when he gets this problem again... ?

I would really appreciate help.
transcend 8 years ago
Here are two homeopaths in Islamabad- they are members
of the HomeopathyWorldCommunity Site-qualified and serious
about their work.


Dr. Tariq Khan-

I would try one of them- as I said the best is for the child
to be seen in person to do this right.
simone717 8 years ago

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