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Ref Kadwa: Homeo advise for childMy daughter is 13+ years old. The pressing concern is a stress fracture in her right foot second metatarsal that is not healing fully. The stress fracture happened in Feb 2017 . She learns ballet and in Nov 2016 started taking lessons wearing pointe shoes(tight fitting shoes with wooden box at the toe end, during dance she would stand tip toe on the box). She wore a CAM boot to heal fracture. She was in the boot until May 2017(a lot longer than it usually takes for a stress fracture to heal). In September 2017, she started dance lessons again, she complained of stabbing pain that comes and goes in her right foot. After the pain goes, she would have dull achy sensation in the area. Also complained of pain in the web between big toe and second toe. MRI shows no stress fracture, but where the previous stress fracture occurred, that area has a thickening of cortex of the bone. That should have thinned out after bone healed, it has not. Also there is fluid in between big toe and second toe that is giving pain. She is back in CAM boot since last 3 weeks, using crutches to prevent weight going on her foot. She still gets stabbing pain that comes and goes.
My daughter has flourosis on her teeth, teeth enamel has vertical ridges and white spots. She is 4ft 9" tall. We are hoping she will grow atleast 3" more. She has a number of food allergies, can get anaphylaxis from exposure(even the smell in air) to chickpeas, nuts(all nuts except almonds and hazelnuts). She is also allergic to wheat(air borne), sesame(severe hives, vomiting etc), milk and milk products(milk can be consumed with a straw, but can get lots of hives if milk touches skin, tongue will itch after drinking, she has to wash off with lots of water. She cannot take yogurt or butter as it gives throat itching, but clarified butter is tolerated), garlic(severe stomach pain), amaranth, buckwheat(both give stomach pain/upset), bananas(ripe bananas give her throat itching, small asian variety bananas are tolerated. Cooked raw bananas are ok). She can eat moderate amounts of potatoes but a little more can cause vomiting. Anything oily or deep fried is tolerated in small amounts. Large amounts can cause severe hives, itching, vomiting, immediate diarrhea etc. She has been diagnosed with asthma, that gets triggered by cold air, cold temperature or cold/cough symptoms. Over time, her asthma has improved. She is also allergic to latex, may be to some varieties of environmental mold. She got her first period Aug 2016, and gets period regularly without any discomfort.
Our pressing concern right now is for her bone to heal fully and the fluid/inflammation between her right big toe and second toe. We would love for her allergies to go away and for her to be safe around chickpeas, nuts, wheat etc. Thank you for your advise.
john doe1 on 2018-01-09
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kadwa on 2018-01-11Ref Kadwa: My wife has been giving her a homeo remedy she found online for calcium assimilation, for last 10+ days. Dosage as written on bottle 2-3 tablets twice a day. The manufacturer is Wilmur Schwabe. The bottle says each 100 mg contains Calcarea carbonica Hahnemanni 3x 20mg
Calcarea fluorica 3x 20mg
Calcarea phosphorica 3x 20mg
Sulphur iodatum 4x 20mg.
I wanted to make sure you were updated about this and I can stop this remedy for her and start with the remedies per your advice. Thanks.
john doe1 on 2018-01-13
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