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Constitutional remedy dosage question

HI there,

I have been giving my dd Stramonium
200 twice daily for 1 week. It was reccomended that I stop after 1 week, and then 2 weeks later repeat the treatment for 1 week.


So we finished the first week of treament, and during the treatment saw much improvement. Now that we have stopped, things have gotten worse again. my dd has also wet the bed twice which hasn't happened in a long time.

So my question is this, should I keep giving her this remedy ? Should I proceed with the original plan? Does she need a higher potency?

Thanks,
Heather
 
  Skiesmama on 2003-10-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I would give the same potency again. not unusual for chronic disease to relapse.
If the remedy fails to act this time I would increase potency go up to 1M and wait again.
 
rtsZ last decade
My daughter was given this remedy at a young age only once in the M1 potency hasn't needed it since. Does your daughters picture include fear of water on head?
Elizabeth
 
Elizabeth last decade
wise to give 1 dose and wait with any remedy.do not be eagar to repeat dose as such. not wise homoeopathy.,otherwise may imprint artificial dis-ease.stramonium not the right remedy .bed-wettin again n.
post symptoms of child . need more info to help .

John Stanton
 
John Stanton last decade
if you saw much improvement as you say with Stram. and youve only used it recently,(not for weeks and weeks) I would still try again. still not sure if this is a palliation or if we only need a higher potency to eliminate the natural disease completely.
 
rtsZ last decade

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