Enlarged Adenoids and Tonsils - Dr KadwaHello Doc,
My 6 years old son has been suffering from enlarged adenoids and tonsils. He also has sleep apnea and sleeps with his mouth open. Throughout the day, he breathes heavily with his mouth open. When he closes his mouth, he can't breath with his nose. He coughs every morning and gets excessive mucus which he has to blow out every hour. The color of the mucus is yellow most of the times.
We brought him to see an ENT specialist who did an X-ray and said my son's adenoids are extremely large including his tonsils and are blocking the airway. He suggested for surgery to remove those.
We stopped giving my son all diary products to reduce mucus formation. It did little good but still the problem persists.
I came across few posts on this forum regarding the same issue with other children and want to seek help for my child since I learnt every case is different and it is recommended to start a new thread specific to my child's case.
My son is active, likes to socialize, does not fear any loud noises, does not wet his bed at night, generally a happy boy, moves a lot during sleep, sweats a lot.
Please let me know if you would like to know more about him before prescribing any medication.
Thank you in advance.
vrv1980 on 2016-02-01
Please give him 2 pills of Lachesis 200 twice a day
day 3 to day 7
2 pills of Belladonna 200 twice a day
♡ kadwa 5 years ago
Lachesis 200 and Belladonna 200 are available in pellet form. Is this same as pills? Can give him 2 pellets as advised?
Also, he is currently taking tonsilon for his tonsils and breath ezee nasal spray. Do we need to stop all medications before we start? Please advise.
vrv1980 5 years ago
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