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Stramonium for effects of birth trauma in a 3 year old.Hi I wonder if anyone can advise on whether stramonium is the correct constitutional remedy for my 3 year old son. If so how many times a day should he take it, for how long and in what potency?
His birth was traumatic (for both of us), I wasn't in labour one minute, the next I was contracting every minute with strong contractions. There was miconium in the water and he went into fetal distress (which was only picked up when we went to find someone!)
After an emergency section they found the cord was also wrapped around his neck and waist.
He's always been very clingy and insecure, hates lying on his back and is in a blind panic if when pulling on a top his head gets stuck. He also panics if he is held or restricted.
We thought he was a pulsatilla picture until the rage, stammering, distructiveness, manipulative and disobedient behaviour started, along with the other symptoms mentoined. having read my self help books I think this is stramonium and all linking back to his birth.
Advice greatfully received, he's such a lovely boy who just had a rotten entry into this world from which neither of us has recovered.
I'm now pregnant with number 2 and am begging my obsteotrician for a planned section, he mentioned VBAC and I was in floods of uncontrollable tears (perhaps I need a remedy too!!!)
willwill on 2013-04-24
PL give him
1. Aconite-30 6 pills thrice a day for 15 days and then give a feedback
shouse_nsk 4 years ago
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