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Night terrors after febrile seizure

My daughter is 3 years old and she just got another febrile seizure after her temp spiked up. this her second one. she got one when she was 16 months old. My question is.. after the seizure she seemed to wake up every couple of hours and crying at the highest pitch. she would not tell us why she is crying. she would just go on and on. she never had this problem before. its been 6 days since she slept well. what's going on with her. I gave her belladonna to control her fever. I have been giving her chamomilla to control her restlessness but, does not seem to be working. my daughter seems gassy.. but, she does not want to poop. what do i do? are these night terrors? Please help me understand her situation.
  nimisha on 2007-12-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
some remedies you can try are LYCOPODIUM 30C and NUX VOM 30C.

in most cases, the above symptoms can be cured with these remedies.

give two to three doses of any one remedy at 4 hours gap and watch for 3 days.
rishimba last decade
what ills she had besides current episode u mention? explain syptos date--and how treated..best ur memory remember
John Stanton last decade
how much child have urging to stool?explain her exact symptonms exhibited defing the seizure--from onset to ceasing--time duration--facial expression....etc

give single nux vomica as mentioned now--1 pellet 30c in 4 oz water stir -- 1 teaspoon dose---do not repeat dose until re assess case--no lycopodium at this time....
John Stanton last decade

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