recurring cough cold feverhi doctor..
need some help. my son is 18 mths old.ever since his 5th month he has been having repetitive cough cold and which even sometimes results into fever. i use metacin syrup for his fever as suggest by his ped. and for his cold etc i use a combination of either ambrolite, vent pd, piriton, keflor etc. these are the ones i use most often. im worried about my sons immunity system if i give so many antibiotics to him. pls suggest an alternative
nikita29 on 2006-09-23
You cannot also give him the whole gamut of drugs that you have listed for at least 3 days before and after and only if you must poison him with them. I believe that it is your overkill attitude that is the real cause of his current distress.
After you have given him the first dose of Bacillinum you may still find that he may catch a cold or throat bug for a few weeks till his immune system kicks in.
You will then use Ferr Phos 6x for an oncoming cold and Bell 30c for a throat bug. Both remedies should be given as early as is possible when you first notice any distress and the dose of 2 tablets Ferr Phos or 3 pellets of Bell 30c should be given every 3 hours.
You will discover that these two remedies will help to abort the virus that causes the cold and the throat infection.
Please report response from time to time but please do not poison him with the remedies you listed as they will only provide temporary relief and make a bad situation infinitely worse for him in the next few years.
♥ Joe De Livera last decade
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