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Child - pneumonia

My daughter is suffering with high fever(102-103) since 5 days and doctor has given antibiotics. It has not solved the problem. She started having cough (slightly wet cough) and Doctor asked for Blood / Urin & X ray tests.

Testes turned Negative for Malaria / Typhod. However in the blood tests,
Heamoglobin less than minimum
Neutrophils less than minimum
Lymphocytes More than Max limit.
Urine test - normal.
X Ray- Patchy Pneumonitis of Right Pericardiac Region.

Age: 7
Sex: Female
Color: Fair
Weight : 22 Kg
Height & Built: normal within her age limits.

Likes: All fruits, more air

Mind: Intellegent but HeadString.

Will not tell what she wants when she cries.

Generally Hard Stools & Contipation

Frequent Tonsil infection

Doctor said she has less iron is her blood. Now she is on antibiotics & vitamins , Cough Syrups and Asthalin

Can you please suggest any gentle remedy for speedy recovery?

  chiru71 on 2008-01-10

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take weekly one dose of Tuberculinum 200 for 4 countinues week i.e .4 dose only... along with other medicine...

dr.deoshlok sharma

deoshlok last decade

I would recommend a dose of Phosphorus for your child, based upon the symptoms and past history given. This remedy is also the most frequently indicated in childhood pneumonias. Nosodes such as Tuberculinum should really only be given if a well indicated remedy fails to act, and not to begin treatment.

Dr Organon last decade

Tuberculinum 200 is most appropriate and experienced advice for the above symptoms. Pneumonia can not be taken seriously so please follow Dr. Deoshlok's advice. He is a qualified doctor.

girilal last decade

Correction: Pneumonia should be taken very seriously.

girilal last decade

Mr Girilal, any Homoeopath here is free to give the advice they see fit, and it is up to the patient to choose that which they consider has the most pertinence to their case. It is unprofessional and confusing to the patient to continually undermine the advice of others merely for the purposes of maintaining control over the forum.

Dr Organon last decade

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