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Itchy eyelids, regular cold, nasal blockage, throat rupture. Advice?

Dr. Bhatti, Namaskar. I am 71 and a heart patient with L.v. dysfunction problem since 20 years. My heart functioning is 35% and I am on oral medication . My Doctor is Dr. Sashidhar from Fortis Hospitals , Bangalore. For more than five years i experience itchy eye lids, regular cold and nasal blockage. My throat ruptures due to continuous cough . I use some cough syrups and nasal spray as temporary remedy. Please advise. Raju. P.V.L.N. From work place at Dibrugarh, Assam.
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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Homeopath 's  Response
i read your problem, i think you have chronic allergic coryza, although these type condition may be subside by oral pills or syrups, but it is for only temoporary relief. i would like to sugggest you to take homoeopathic remedy, this remedy will never inturrup you other heart remedy and give you a stable solution. Few medicine like pulsatilla, hepar sulph, bryonia is useful for you.

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Dr. Bhupendra Gupta
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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