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runny nose at night

Hi, This is my first time posting here, so sorry if this topic has been covered before.
My 2 year old son has had a constant runny nose that annoys him, as he cannot yet blow it. (I am trying to teach him!) He awakens at night at around 1 - 2 am every night for the past month or so. His runny nose is what wakes him. There is some sneezing too, but no other symptoms. I am trying to take dairy out of his diet, he does not drink milk but has a little cheese. It usually clears up during the day, but last night was particularly bad and tody it is still running like a tap. Clear watery discharge.
Any remedies?
  ali_and_jo on 2006-11-10
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Try Ars.alb 200C ,one dose every night before going to sleep, for three consecutive days and stop.

Post response.

make sure there are no odors on him/you, near you(in the room) and in his mouth,while taking the medicine.

One dose is 4 pellets or a drop of the liquid potency,mixed in a table spoon of water.

gavinimurthy last decade
ok, I will have to go out tomorrow morning and get the remedy. There are a few more symptoms as the day progressed, I actually do think he is now developing a cold. He had loose stools twice today and his eyes are slightly watery tonight too. Otherwise he is in a great mood, bouncing around as usual. Does Arsenicum Album 200C still apply?
ali_and_jo last decade
Yes.Give him Ars.alb.

gavinimurthy last decade

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