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Difficulty breathing while sleeping, enlarged adenoids. Nasopharynx recommended. Alternatives to surgery?

Good evening sir. Actually my son aged 7 years is having problem with breathing while sleeping. He is taking breath with mouth and some noise is coming while sleeping. An ENT Specialist has recommended for NASOPHARYNX-Lateral view and report was issued stating that : ADENOIDS SHOW MODERATE ENLARGEMENT. Therefore kindly suggest, is it dangerous and can be cured with Medicines without surgery.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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First of all, let me assure you that your son's problem is not all dangerous and it can be safely and completely cured with Homeopathic medicine.
Adenoids is made up of same type of tissue as that of tonsils. Adenoid is situated in nasopharynx i.e.the area from where the air we breathe, travels. When this adenoid gland enlarges there is less space for air to go into lungs so child has to breathe through mouth to satisfy demand. So this enlarged adenoid has an effective cure in Homeopathy. So you can contact for further treatment. In which city you are living?
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