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The story is a bit longer because my 7y old daughter has a pain in her ankles for a long time. We made consultations with orthopedist and they told us that she doesn't have problems. Also they told us that the pain might be connected with her growth. But the pain is every day and sometimes make her feeling really bad. She is very active and love sports, but pain comes also when she is tired. Also pain is connected when its cold outside and the humidity is high.
Then the homeopathy doctor gave her Rus.tox, it was helping a bit but not enough. We change it to Byionia alba 200C and she takes it already 4 days and now she has a muscles pain and the pain in ankles is still there and I am worried that she has new symptoms from Bryonia. I read that Nux. vomica, Pulsatila and Rus.tox can antidote Bryonia but I don't know which one to give her. Please if you can help me I will be grateful!
IvaBor on 2017-10-10
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Which potency of rhus tox was given earlier? If rhus tox give result... Why didn't you increase the potency of the same?
drthoufeequebhms on 2017-10-10It was Rhus tox 200C! It didn't gave us lasting result. Actually the Bryonia at the beginning helped also like the Rhus tox for ankles pain but it appears again
IvaBor on 2017-10-10ANY SWELLING IS THERE?
WHAT ARE THE CURRENT SYMPTOMS?
WHEN PAIN IS MORE? ON WAKING FROM SLEEP,OR RISING FROM SITTING,OR BY MOVING CONTINUOUSLY?
WHEN PAIN IS BETTER? BY COMPLETE REST OR CONTINUED MOTION?
BETTER BY HOT OR COLD APPLICATION?
drthoufeequebhms on 2017-10-10
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