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Teething

My daughter is 2 years and 4 months old. she is teething, her jaws are swelled from the upper and lower ends. She is constipated aswell and not eating much like she use to eat before. She use to cry often now days. plz suggest any helpful remedy.
 
  Sanam16261 on 2018-10-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
What makes her feel better / worse?
( eg. time of the day, specific posture, cold or hot application, hot or cold drinks etc)

And how is her mood? Angry? Does she scream with pain?
 
Tui 11 months ago
She is not pained. Even i checked her jaws with a littl pressure of finger but she was noraml (no expressions of pain). Jaws r swelled from the ends. She has 12 teeth till now. She is very angry now days she use to cry alot very stubborn, easily irritated.
She likes porridge and rice more now days as comapred to any semi hard thing like meat or roti. But she is taking a very less quantity. She is prefering warm milk over anything else.
 
Sanam16261 11 months ago
She is having flu aswell. But it is getting better now with gelsimum 30 wet dose.
[Edited by Sanam16261 on 2018-10-22 07:01:54]
 
Sanam16261 11 months ago
Nux vomica 30c twice a day for 3 days and report back any changes.

1 dose is 2 drops.
 
Tui 11 months ago

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