All thanks to Crystal’s mum.
I texted her in the morning telling her I wanted to cancel my trip to her place stating the reason on why I couldn’t make it.
She came back to me telling me I should let Yvette try some 八宝散. I agreed and off we went to their place for play date too.
Indeed, after trying just one bottle of 八宝散 (there are 6 bottles in a pack.), Yvette cough really getting lesser and lesser. But sadly, the stubborn phlegm remained. She still coughed in the middle of the night and honestly we find really bad for her.
So off we went to Yu Ren Sheng Store at TPY central and the store assistant recommended 保婴丹 to us. She told us 八宝散 should be taken after recovery. It is more of well being. As for 保婴丹, it should be taken when a child is sick. (八宝散 is S$23 and 保婴丹 is S$16.50.)
So I did a switch because the phlegm refused going away.
After feeding Yvette 八宝散 (Thurs & Fri) for 2 days and 保婴丹 for 2 days (Sat & Sun), honestly I lost patience. I think 3 weeks is enough wait, this really making us feeling bad. I know her cough is so much lesser now but then why the phlegm is still there.
We just doesn’t like the situation of her coughing in the middle of the night due to phlegm. We went to the Yu Ren Sheng Clinic for further consultation. Of course, there is another push factor that I decided to switch to Chinese Medication because Yvette takes the Chinese Medication easily. She never struggle and never refuse when I try to feed her. We told her the truth about the medical is bitter and she took it as a breeze!
A very brave child in our eye!
Amazingly, after just one doze of the prescribed medication, Yvette’s night cough gone!
(The Physician of Yu Ren Sheng told us Yvette lung was clear and actually she is already back to good shape. It is just the phlegm we have to get rid.)
I am so Happy! She slept throughout.
I dissolved the power with only 6ml of water. (Instruction given was I don’t need to add a lot of water. The amount of water should be just enough to dissolve all the power.)
It is really concentrated and even myself find it bitter. But my little girl took it so well.
Of course, at the end of it, I did give her a gummy bear to get rid of the bitterness in her mouth.
Her love in drinking the Chinese Medi is captured down by me! (On day 4)