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2.5yr child enlarged adenoids and tonsils

I'm looking for recommendations to try homeopathic medicine to treat enlarged adenoids.
My son has had nose congestion which has been alternating with runny nose for almost 2 months. Treated with antibiotics which didn't help. The congestion is constant, and runny nose changes from thin clear discharge to thicker more yellowish. We use a lot of saline water trying to clean the nose. He is breathing through his mouth most of the time, and congestion causes loud snoring at night.
ENT doctor confirmed he has enlarged adenoids, which are blocking ear pathways and there is liquid behind ear drums which affects his hearing (no ear infections). He also has enlarged tonsils, which don't necessarily look swollen, just large.
Ent doctor suggested to use nose spray for allergies which has steroids for a month, and if the swelling does not improve, suggests to do a surgery to remove adenoids and trim tonsils, ear tubes.
I understand people successfully treat these conditions with homeopathic meds. please provide names and dosage.

Currently taking elderberry syrup, fish oil, vitamin C.
  ejk on 2017-01-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
PL stop other medicines
Pl give him
1. tuberculinum-200 one dose of 6 pills at bed time
Next day : No medicines at all
Then start
1. Merc Sol-200 6 pills twice a day for 10 days and then give feedback

home helper
homeo_helper 6 years ago

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