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Stubborn phlegm, antibiotic, bronchiolitis, wheezy and tight chest, ventolin pump. Treatment?

Hi there.my seven mnth old baby girl has lotsa stubborn phlegm that doesn seem 2 wanna go away.c has been on nd santibiotic but it hasn helped.c has been hospitalised twice 4 bronchiolitis but has had a weez nd tight chest every 2 weeks.she is on a ventolin pump nd I giv her nebs occasionally but the weez nd phlegm are aways there.any advice on wat I can do 2 relieve nd prevent this?thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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WELCOME TO HCM,
YOUR BABY IS SUFFERING FROM BRONCHITIS ACUTE AND ANTIBOTIC HAS CONVERTED THE COUGH INTO DRYNESS.HOMEO REMEDY WILL PROVIDE THE BABY GOOD COMFORTS.
DROSERA 30 ONE DOSE MORNING .1/2 HOUR AFTER FEED
SPONGIA TOASTA 30 NOON ------ BRYONIA 30 EVENING,---- MEPHITIS3X BED TIME.ALL MEDICATION.
ONE TEASPOONFUL OF HONEY IN LITTLE WARM WATER TWICE A DAY MORNING AND NIGHT
USE THE MEDICATION FOR ONE WEEK.
DR.MOHSIN MADNI
Answered: Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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