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angel
Thursday, November 23, 2006, 3:46am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My youngest son has been diagnosed with RSV after numerous visits to the doctor. Being told give hime this med and that, feed him lots of liquids well its a motnh plus later and my oldest and husband has exactly the same thing. Well here is what happened, now We saw a different doctor. Who immediate after listening to all of my coughers determined the youngest was the worst. Blood tested him to see which blood cells were being produced copiously.

Now the sickones are confined to home, except the one who has to work. They are hitting him with steroids and some other meds.

What I am looking for is Ideas of how to combat this preventive and surviving the sickness it self. herbal supplements suggested. would homemade yogurt be ok during this period.


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Vicki
Thursday, November 23, 2006, 6:25am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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How old is he?  ARA may be suitable for even very young children, in tiny amounts.  The blood type specific probiotic is also helpful in tiny amounts.  Are you breastfeeding?  Best wishes!  We dodged that bullet!  
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Hi angel,

(just a idea) try some cod liver oil - the natural vitamin D3 peaks the immune system ... this is very helpful for winter.  [The natural D3 is non-toxic except in very high doses over extended periods ... like 50,000IU's taken  daily for a year.  At the same time synthetic vitamin D2 is just bad news and can even be toxic at 400IU each day.]  This is often added to milk as 'fortified with vitamin D'.  If you see this run-away and go for a teaspoon of cod liver oil instead.   This O loves the natural flavour but it can also be purchased in a number of fruit flavours ... not at all bad!

John


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ISA-MANUELA
Monday, November 27, 2006, 7:57am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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sorry I don't know exactly what RSV means, my beely tells me to go for colostrum pur or Moducare


btw: it is meant in my blog ; colostrum without casein, nor lactose. This product is specialamente treated, so everybody is able to take it

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