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  1. Re: Pertussis (Q for Dr. Bridgman)
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  3. Mark Davis
  4. Message 1 of 3 , May 1, 2013
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  6. Dr. Bridgman, could you comment on where your recent pertussis patients were at in their disease process when you treated them? That is to say, before treatment were they experiencing spasmodic coughing? If so, for how long? Then, after initiating this treatment plan, how long did it take for the spasmodic cough to resolve?
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  8. Mark
  10. Mark Davis, ND
  11. PDX OR
  14. I've seen several cases of Pertussis lately with positive nasal culture. I treated the patients and families with Dr. Bastyr's protocol of Pertussin 30 C homeopathic given one dose hourly for 4 hours, daily for 5 days.They also did immune support such as vitamin C, echinacea, chicken soup, lots of liquids, and they have all recovered fine, with the best possible immunity developing, I trust!
  16. Laura Bridgman, ND
  19. Gabrielle Duebendorfer
  20. Message 2 of 3 , May 2, 2013
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  22. Dear Laura,
  24. I am also wondering about that as several of my young patients came in with spasmodic coughs with retching/vomiting to begin with and the protocol you were prescribing did not make a bit of a difference. Where I caught it early enough (and perhaps with older kids) it did. The only thing that seemed to have helped in the spasmodic phase has been the Vitamin c protocol that was referred to earlier - excellent article! - and starting mucolyxir (salmon DNA) veeery slowly, i.e. one drop at a time once there isn't so much mucus left anymore - before that time and at the intensive protocol it induced more coughing. And emotional support - hugely important, including NS support. NOne the less, the three weeks of severe spasmodic coughing proceeded regardless of what I did - at my limits here, Gabrielle
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  32. Dr. Gabrielle Duebendorfer, ND
  35. Laura Bridgman
  36. Message 3 of 3 , May 3, 2013
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  38. The first family brought their youngest boy, age 3, to be tested because of a positive culture in another child who is part of an informal play group. The 3-year-old didn't have any cough, just congestion mostly upper respiratory.
  39. The second family from the same play group brought their 3-year-old who was having the whoop in my office; it had just started to sound that way, and with immune support and the remedy doses, he got better after a few days.
  40. Nobody else in the families were tested, as it cost $160 and they don't have insurance, so each family spent their money on the youngest since older kids can get through pertussis on their own with less risk.
  41. I only knew of the one child producing the whoop cough.
  42. Sorry for the delay in responding.
  44. Laura Bridgman, ND
  45. Waterville ME
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