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Warts on fingers : Urgent

Dear Sir

I have to start this new post as I was not getting responses on my previous post. My 8 year old daughter developed a wart at the finger end. On HF's advise, I applied Thuja q lotion and administered weekly dose of Thuja 200c and Dulcamara 200 for four weeks. All this didn't work. It further aggravated as now she is developing warts in other fingers as well. Since allopaths advised surgical removal which could be temporary, I have no other choice but to depend on Homeopathy.
I would be thankful if someone could guide me on this as I believe that the new warts development is after I gave her Thuja/ Dulcamara. This is urgent pls.
  neptunenebula on 2008-08-04
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please describe the looks of the wart.
rishimba last decade
The one on the side of nails is dark brown, black pinned, rough, hard and length equal to the nails.
The other small warts are rough dots (4-5 such dots at the ends of three fingers). These dots appeared when I started Thuja/Dulcamara. I can send a photo also, but how/where to send it.
neptunenebula last decade
if the smaller ones have surfaced as a result of THUJA and DULCAMARA, its better to stop all remedies now.

probably you child is proving thuja symptoms.

just apply THUJA-Q tincture on the warts three times a day and observe if these are shrivelling in the next 10 to 15 days.
rishimba last decade

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