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3 month old with bad congestion

With the weather change and forcedair heating in our apartment my 3 month old has bad nasal congestion and has recently begun coughing/choking on mucous at times. I saw a previous post where anti tart 30c was recommended and I did purchase that, but how many pellets do I need to grind and mix with breastmilk for each of the three doses you recommended? My daughter is 3 months, 2 weeks old and her weight is about 10 lbs, 10 oz.
  DARIAJ on 2006-11-27
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Please do not take ANTIM TART30 for nasal congestion. This is used when there is chest congestion. Dependig upon the nasal congestion,-whether nose is blocked in day time or night time, mucus from nose colour of mucus, sneezing etc, there are different medicines.
robina last decade
Nasal congestion is worse at night; mucus is clear though. We can't effectively aspirate wihout saline solution nose drops. Baby sneezes frequently throughout the day and occasionally spits up clear mucus.
DARIAJ last decade
From experience I have seen that when a child seems to have his nose blocked or starting of a cold, his throat is red and slightly sore. If Bellodonna 30 is given , a few doses are enough to abort the cold or nose stoppage. You can dissolve with spoon 2 pellets of Belladonna 30c in your breast milk and give her one spoon every two hours or yhe mother can take 4 pellets of Bell 30c twice a day for a couple of days . The medicine will reach the baby thru mother
robina last decade

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