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nasal cattrrah

3.5 Years Female Child below mentioned problem from the age of 1 year i..e. last 2.5 years.
# There is always a foul odor, a light yellow, sticky cold coming out of the nostrils.
# Almost itchy nose
#The left side of the septum inside the nose is red.
# Colds almost get stuck inside the nose and then there is a strong odor coming from the nose and then the baby starts itching, screaming and drinking a lot of water.
Repeatedly pouring water into the nose removes the freeze cold with great difficulty.
# Almost pulls the nose.
# Always the neck , back and head are very hot and always sweating. The bed and pillow gets wet, especially when the fan is off at night or coverd portion is being hot and sweat inspite of fan air.

Mental symptom:

Furious, very timid, medium body, stay quiet, slient.
He gets angry in a few words and when he gets angry he hides himself under the bed or goes outside. Wants to get something just by asking.
Loves to be at home. He is afraid when he goes out so he does not want to go out.
Water thirsty, too.

Prefer food: Egg, chicken Meat, Salt
[Edited by Wuerzowsh on 2020-09-11 04:18:01]
  Wuerzowsh on 2020-09-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Tuberculinum 200 three pellets ones.

From day three onwards

Nat Phos 6x and Kali Phos 6x two tabs of each three times a day.

Silicea 6x two tabs ones a day.

Feedback after every 4 days.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-09-11 13:22:01]
anuj srivastava 2 months ago
Pls suggest the time gap among Nat phos kali phos and silica
Wuerzowsh 2 months ago
No gap.You can take them together.
anuj srivastava 2 months ago

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