Treatment for child’s pneumoniaMy child had a high fever for 3 days and a cough.
I focused on treating the fever and left the cough untreated.
So now she has pneumonia.
I usually give my 2 yo homeopathy but this time because I panicked, I followed the Dr’s advice and gave her antibiotics.
After seeing her cough not improving after 2 days of antibiotics, im starting to regret my decision.
Can I discontinue with the antibiotics and give her homeopathy again?
If yes, what remedy?
Her fever is gone, its just the dry yet rattling cough that doesn’t appears to stop.
namn on 2018-03-03
You can give homeopathy along with antibiotics-
I would advise finishing them once you started
Bc if there is bacteria and the antibiotics are
Starting to eradicate it, if you stop now things can get way worse.
And in most cases it takes at least 2 days for the antibiotic to have an effect
And then each following day a bit better. Pneumonia is not something
To fool around with, you did the right thing.
You can also post again with detailed symptoms
For remedy advice
♥ simone717 7 months agoI feel better reading your reply, thank you simone.
I will continue with the antibiotics and get her homeopathy remedies.
I haven’t got my hands on my own homeopathy kit yet so I’m dependent on my local homeopath.
But thank you so much for offering.
namn 7 months agoSince my homeopath is discreet with the names of the remedies she gives me, I’m thinking of buying a homekit and treat my child myself.
Would you mind recommending me the remedies?
She had a high fever and it’s resolved now.
Now she’s still coughing rapidly.
Sometimes it sounds dry, most of the time it sounds rattling. And it looks painful.
Her breathing is fast.
But she’s not vomiting the mucus out.
This morning she hs started sneezing with clear mucus coming out.
She’s restless and very exhausted.
Barely has any appetite but drinks quite well.
She is on her third day of antibiotics.
namn 7 months ago
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