Fluid in middle ear toddlerMy four year old has been advised to get grommets or tubes in his eardrums since these are sucked in and there is fluid behind them reducing his hearing. His left ear seems far worse than his right, the fluid traped looks darkish and dense. My boy is pretty active, sweats a LOT whenever he starts any physical activity and his cheeks get tomato red. He likes to question authority and wants to be heard and followed by his friends and adults. He eats well and is tall and thin. He is outgoing and NOT shy at all. Drinks plenty of fluids, likes to drink water a lot. I have taken dairy out of his diet and started him on Kali Mur 6x two pellets twice a day (reduced from 3 pellets three times a day), he has been on Kali Mur for at least 9 days and 4/5 days ago I introduced Calc Sulph 30c two pellets twice a day. I think I have seen a slow progress but I am under the understanding that I am not supposed to keep the treatment going for a long time. Is there anything else I should be trying?
My 2 year old girl has some fluid trapped in her right ear while her left one is free of liquid. She has a strong character but follows directions and orders easily. She is also tall and thin, likes activity but not hyperactive whatsoever, has good apetite and is somewhat shy when she first enters a room. What should I treat her with and for how long before switching to something else?
I have a middle ear tester at home, thats how I know my son has made progress, at least in his right ear but his left is still pretty clogged.
[message edited by Yussi on Sat, 04 Jun 2016 00:07:10 UTC]
Yussi on 2016-06-04
Pulsetilla-200c 6 pills twice a day for one week and give feedback
♥ homeo_helper 3 years ago
Thank you for your reply! I will get her started on that as soon as I receive the pills in the mail!
No ideas for my boy?
Yussi 3 years ago
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