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Refractory eczema - Please help - To John Stanton

I learn from the other posts that you’re a great homeopath who has successfully treated many cases of eczema. I just wonder if you could help my daughter who is 10 years old and suffering from full body eczema (since June last year).
Because she doesn’t respond well with topical steroids, her dermatologist is suggesting immunosuppressant as the last resort. We’ve been trying homeopathy in the last 7 weeks with a slow improvement. Our homeopath also said that this is a complicated case and if she’s still not improving in the next 6 weeks, we can try another homeopath.
I have posted our case here before, pls refer to the original thread for details: http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/99423/
Since then, she has used 2 more homeopathic remedies on top of the Tuberculinum LM1 (1 at a time) including Sulphur (2 doses of 60C) and now Nat Mur 6C 2x a day – 2 days so far.
Her condition now is not as bad as several months ago but the rashes are coming back, steadily more and more everyday and nearly out of control. She can’t sleep at night due to the itch and has to use a very strong sedative medicine to help her sleep.
Could you please let me know if you can spare time to help us.
Thank you
  CAKmum on 2007-02-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

I'm not sure John Stanton is on this list anymore? maybe someone can answer with his whereabouts...

john34 last decade
Thanks John
And maybe you don't know this but I learnt abt Homeopathy through your post and thank you for that.
CAKmum last decade
I hope homeopathy will help you like it has helped us. and that you find a good doc who can work with you. its hard enough working with a baby, but, working with a baby online.... ever harder.

We went through many many months of suffering with our son, but it did get better. At the time, and still now, I saw it as short term suffering, to avoid even worse long term suffering. But, I do hope that you and your child don't suffer so in the short term.

hang in there,
john34 last decade
We're doing our best to help her get through day by day. Homeopathy is not very popular in Australia and it's hard to know/find a good homeopath. I also heard that homeopathy is good for mild or moderate eczema. With severe e, we should go to conventional medicine or chinese herbal treatment. Anyway, we'll try homeopathy first.
CAKmum last decade

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