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Jtharder,

Yes, my daughter had a fever at that time. Ant t is good for symptoms that have intense fever, alternating w/chills, with chest symptoms such as rattling or wheezing and if she is hot during her sleep. What are her other symptoms though? Another remedy may be more appropriate in this case especially if this is a new condition? Thanks.
 
erika1 last decade
She has the fever still with chills, rattling in chest, slight nasal drainage. I gave her Ant Tart 30 c. How many gobules and how many dose did you give your dd? TIA

tammy
 
jtlaharder last decade
Tammy,

I gave her 30c every 2-3 hours as needed. Once her symptoms improved, I stopped giving her the remedy all together. In the beginning, because her symptoms were slow to improve, I think I gave her one pellet the first hour and then a second one, 1 hour 1/2 later. After that, I gave her 1 pellet in 2-3 hours intervals until she got noticeably better. Overall, I gave her about 5 pellets of Ant T.
 
erika1 last decade
Oops, I gave her 5 pellets of 30c. Her rattling seems to be better!! However, I took her in to the doctor and she has a ear and throat infection. BOO! Thanks for all your help!!!

Tamy
 
jtlaharder last decade
You can still continue the homeopathic with the allopathic medicine also. Hope she feels better!
 
erika1 last decade

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