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warts on the side nails and tip of finger

My daughter who is 8 years old has developed warts on the side nails and tip of finger. Earlier we thought she bites her nails but even after getting rid of the habbit, the warts are still there and perhaps growing. Doctor adviced surgical removal with no gurantee that it will not come back. I am worried. From the other forum I collect that Thuja/ Causticum are good. Kindly confirm whether I can administer them to my daughter, if yes, then doses, if not, then pls advise. Thanks
  neptunenebula on 2008-06-16
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thuja 200 weekly dose for one month j k mohla
akshaymohl last decade
Thanks Dr. Mohla. Please also let me know the dose (in pallets or tincture form).
neptunenebula last decade
Dr Mohla,
Before I start Thuja 200, I wish to clarify two things:
1. As adviced by alopathic doc. she is taking DICARIS-LEVAMISOLE HCI tablets on weekends. Can Thuja be given along with above medication continued.
2. Please confirm the doses for Thuja 200.

neptunenebula last decade
If Thuja does not work, try Dulcamara 200

(warts on hands).

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Dear Dr Mohla/ Mr Verma
I had to buy Dulcamara 200 liquid. Kindly advise the dose (drops) and how it is to be taken (with water/ warm water/ drops)
neptunenebula last decade
one drop on tongue as one dose or mix one drop with one table spoon of water and take as one dose j k mohla
akshaymohl last decade
Dr Mohla
I have given her first dose of Dulcamara 200 yesterday. Before giving the dose I was observing her finger and found two more dots of hard skin is developing around the finger tip and one on the adjoining finger. I am very worried. It seems to be spreading. Will Dulcamara 200 weekly dose help. I need an assurance on this please...else please advise. If any thing can be applied externally on these warts.
neptunenebula last decade
Dr Mohla/ Forum
I request a response on above please. Can I totally depend upon Dulcamara 200 for warts. If something can be applied externally.
neptunenebula last decade
you can apply thuja q lotion on it pl also use weekly dose of thuja 200 8 globules evening j k mohla
akshaymohl last decade
Dr Mohla
Thanks for the reply. As pere the advice I have given her 8 globules of Thuja 200 in evening followed by Dulcamara 200 in the night. I applied the lotion by taking a small swab of cotton dipped in the lotion and wrapped around the finger. She didn't report any sensation/ burning etc.
Please confirm whether the above is allright. Also, shd I apply the lotion daily once/ overnight?
neptunenebula last decade
NO there was zero improvement on warts. The remained the same. Thuja 200 c was ineffective. Can I depend upon this forum. Am I wasting my time on homeopathy?...
neptunenebula last decade
could you please send phtograph of nail for evaluation?

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Dr Mahfooz

Pls fwd me your e-mail ID so that I can send u the photograph.
Dr. I applied thuja q lotion also on the wart for 7-8 days with weekly dose on dulcamara 200c and thuja 200. There are tiny hard spots cropping up in the narby area of the finger as also some development on the adjacent finger as well. What to do. Pls guide
neptunenebula last decade

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