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Child with sensorineural hearing loss. Severe cold and congestion. Hearing aid suggested. Any treatment in homeopathy?

My son is 13 yr old he is diagnosed with Sensorineural hearing loss, he gets severe cold and congestion, Doctor has said to go for hearing aid, is there any homeopathy or herbal treatment which can avoid the hearing aid and he be a normal person, please help me i m very much worried as he has got a whole life ahead, please. Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Hi...Your son is suffering from chronic cold and lost hearing due to defective sensory neurone.There are many medicines are present in homeopathy which can stimulate nerves and even ganglions.Chronic tendency to cold may be treated successfully according to my opinion...but more details about the problem,like onset of the disease,test reports,other associated sign symptoms are very much necessary to understand your childs problem clearly....take care.avoid cold,cold drinks etc..
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