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After filling out the questionnaire, the remedy suggested was Lycopodium Clavatum. I would like to know how often I should administer it and what strength I should use. My son's worst symptoms are: Impatience, Irritability, Loudness, angry shrieking or screaming over small issues, tantrums when frustrated and sometimes for seemingly nothing. He is 3.5 years old. He IS potty trained and does have some speech. He has Apraxia so I am the only one who can fully understand him. Does the remedy suggested by the Remedy Finder seem correct? My son is not shy at all and is very playful when happy. His mood and speech are of my biggest concern. He is on the Specific Carb Diet and his bowels are finally normal. If more info is needed, let me know. Thanks
  Adree23 on 2007-05-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
PLS continue the Baryta carb 200 daily one dose to your son for a month and report me
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
My son has never taken Baryta carb. Should I try this after the Lyco or before?
Adree23 last decade

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