≡ ▼
ABC Homeopathy Forum

 

 

Similar posts:

After years of treatment - constitutional remedy 5Tissue salts + Constitutional homeopathic treatment? 2Constitutional remedy for Alzheimer's.... 6Can constitutional medicine cure proving symptoms created by wrong remedy 1Remedy for symptom relief with constitutional remedy? 2Kaps....help me find my constitutional remedy 30Dosage/Potency of Lycopodium as a constitutional remedy 5Any classical homeopaths to help me, constitutional 6x 4Constitutional remedys 5Constitutional prescribing 4

 

The ABC Homeopathy Forum

Att: Dr. Sameer - looking for a constitutional remedy Page 5 of 9

This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi Sameer,

I gave Sulphur 1 M 11 days ago. I need to update you all this as long I remember all.

Day 1: So cool. He does not get upset on anything, not even when he hears the computer has a password.

Day 2: Woke up very, very tired. Normally wakes up fresh. Now he continued sleeping on the breakfast table.

Day 3: Woke up at 5 am. Yellow discharge started coming from the nose, says he is freezing, is showing difficult behavior. Eats normally, though.

Day 4: Coughing, says the throat is dry.

Day 5: Coughing and nose blowing is better. But his behavior is very, very difficult. He does not care of anything, he does not obey, for the first time ever he refuses doing his homework

Day 6: So well behaving (after getting a sanction because of not doing his homework), like an angel, is blowing his nose more, voice is hoarse

Day 7 till day 11: Normal behavior, but well behaving though. Keeps blowing yellowish (not that yellow as before) discharge. Maybe this is a virus; I have something, too, but the father and the brother are fine.

What do you think? This boy is soooo easy to be observed.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Wait for 3 more weeks.
 
sameervermani last decade
Hi Sameer,

It is four weeks I gave Sulphur 1 M. The boy was fine until last week. Even the hawking has diminished A LOT!!!

This week has been worse again.
- There is a bit more hawking, but not at all as much as before.
- He has been difficult, does not obey. Is crying of anger.
- He says himself that he cannot understand why he feels restless.
- The amount of things he has lost is incredible. He as lost two jackets, a home key, a bicycle... And he is crying that he cannot remember anything.

We need help again, Sameer. Please...

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Hi again,

the boy is a total lunatic, I should take him to the mental hospital.

I came home from work and the boy was waiting for me. He wanted to go to the computer, but as he has a saction, I did not let him.

He became mad. First he started braking thing, then hitting and then shout that he will kill me and then himself!!?

I was sitting above him to control the crazy boy for 45 minutes. Then the father came home and how he is there controlling him.

He has always been jekyll and hyde - but this is new....

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Can you please form a fresh list of current symptoms ?
 
sameervermani last decade
Fresh list of symptoms...well, this morning he was sooooo happy and in a good mood.

I was talking with a friend of mine who is a psychologist. She says the whole picture refers to stress. Maybe he is being teased (the boy says nothing at this point), maybe he has stress because he understands that he is not able to take care of his stuff like other children, so he feels less capable because he keeps loosing things. Maybe he has stress because learning English is difficult and writing is difficult, and so he feels less good as his friends. Or maybe he has been playing pc-games that are forbidden under 16 yrs old. That makes children restless.

The main symptoms these past weeks has been restlessness. He is at home repeating 'I have nothing to do'. He is not able to calm down.

The friends are the most important nowadays. I hardly see him at home, because he is visiting friends. When not having friends he goes restless.

He is so nosy and he knows how to use words. Yesterday, after the fight, I told him we have to talk. Amazing that a child talks in a tone of a adult: 'I don't care about the connection between you and me. All I care and all that matters is money'.
I know he is just trying upset me, and I don't believe he understands everything he says. But nosy he is.

He has been bossy. That makes him angry, when others don't do as he wants to do. Or if he does not get what he wants.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Let us wait for a few more days, and see if this was a temporary blip.
 
sameervermani last decade
Hi Sameer,

The boy is so restless. I think he defenately needs help.

He has not been aggressive afterwards. He has been behaving nicely.

But he sure is restless and gets upset fast. Emotionally running all the time. I say that there is nothing busy in life, and the boy replys life is a hurry game.

We just were in the middle of the forest for a few days. In a cottage without seeing an outsider. There the boy was peaceful. He became restless the same day we entered the city again.

Please help asap.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
I need more symptoms, please provide complete picture being presented now.
 
sameervermani last decade
Hi,

The main symptoms has been restlessness. He is not able to calm down. He wants to be doing something all the time, he is all the time in a hurry. He is looking for something exciting to be happening.

The boy has always been very sensitive to excitement. When he is looking at a cartoon where is 'a fight' or something exciting going on - his whole body is tense and he keeps his wrists up ready to fight, too.
The friends are the most important nowadays. When not having friends he goes restless.

He is bossy and that is his temper. After being aggressive he caught that kind of sanctions from us that has kept him more humble. Even if he has not been bossy last two weeks, the bossyness is still there...

He is very loud and at move all the time. For example I read out loud a book of Mark Twain every night. He does not sit down quietly, but is so much in the book: when in a book there is a dunkey, the boy screams like a dunkey...

He is not patient at all.

He has reading and writing problems. At this age of 9 one should read clearly, but he does not. Dyslexia I guess.

The hawking is back. Sulphur 1M has been the best remedy for that so far. But a week ago the hawking came back. He clearly has phlegm in his throat and he tries to get it out. He clears his throat most in the mornings when waking up. Also that is something he does just before falling asleep.

He has had difficulties falling asleep during past week. He is so energetic and keeps moving and moving around.

The skin is dry and he is scratching himself at nights. There is no visible eczema yet, but the shoulders and knees are very dry.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Hi Maria,

Give him a single dose of LACHESIS 200c, by dissolving 1 pellet in 250 ml water, and giving a spoon from there.

Report after 10 days.
 
sameervermani last decade
Thanks, will do.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Hi Sameer,

I gave Lachesis 200 as advised 12 days ago. There has not been any odd or new symptoms during these days, but in general he has been like this:

The first five days he was difficult to some extent. No hopeless behavior, but arrogant boy who thinks he is the king of the universe. In addition he was complaining that he is stupid, he doesn't learn as fast as others. (He has the problem with writing and he has not have too good memory, but otherwise this is not true).

After five days he has been on a very good mood. Lovely boy! So, Sameer, thank you again.

I keep wondering, why Lachesis was working well this time? Before it has not been a good remedy.

In my country the swine flu is spreading like a fire. I am afraid, if it leads to pneumonia where lungs are full of water (isn't this the reason of the death?). Please advise what kind of remedies I have to have in hand.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Good to know that Lachesis is working well.

About swine flu, don't worry it is no more dangerous than any other viral fever.
 
sameervermani last decade
Our family is not in a risk group, but anyway I want to ask you again: If some of us gets sick, I don't have time to get the remedy. Which remedies I should have in hand?

I ask you, because I trust your knowledge.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Hi Sameer,

The boy has been fine since October, ever since we gave him Lachesis. Now he has the following symptoms:

- his nose has been bleeding several times during past week. (he used to have it as a big problem at the age of 4-5. It went by after giving him Ferr Phos 6-7 times. Past four years there has not been any bleeding).

- he is moving all the time. He has been moving all his life, but lately that has been increasing.

- he is revengeful towards his brother. He is also irritating him.

Otherwise he has been easy, not bossy at all. Quite calm and easy to control. What should we do now, Sameer?

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Nose-bleeds are a good sign, as the remedy is bringing about discharges along with the amelioration at the mental level.

I think you should keep on waiting untill there is a relapse on the mental/emotional plane.
 
sameervermani last decade
Ok, I see. But I must say that the moving is disturbing. When he is sitting, he is jumping up and down. When he is watching tv, his legs are playing with things on the floor. When going to sleep, he is turning around so much that he cannot fall asleep.

But that is true, that there is no emotional relapse at the moment.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Hi again,

I must write you again. The boy is not bossy yet, but he is sooo pale. He looks like a ghost with dark circles around eyes with very white skin.

I did not mention you that he had a cold during Christmas time. After that he has been clearing his throat a lot. (thanks to Lachesis the hawking dissappeared in Autumn). He has also been 'lazy' and has been eating less than normal.

A few days ago I did not mention about this, because I thought that the cold is over and he is recovering. But I just looked at him, he was sitting beside his brother and he was looking like a ghost with white skin. He sure is not well and he is not even getting well yet.

Are you sure he does not need anything?

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Order Lachesis LM1 and LM2 from Helios in 30 ml teat dropper bottles.
 
sameervermani last decade
Hi,

I have Lachesis LM1 and LM2 now.

The boys has been fine. I don't think he has ever been this calm as since October when I gave him Lachesis... He obeys, has been able to control himself. He does tease the brother, but I guess that is considered 'normal', not too much.

He has not been clearing his throat either. And he has no physical problems at th moment. He has been moving restfully all his life, but at the moment that is not too bad.

How to proceed? Keep waiting?
Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
Keep waiting
 
sameervermani last decade
Hi Sameer,

I wonder if it is time for Lachesis 1LM? The boy's behaviour has not been too bad, but there are other reasons I want to tell you about:

1. He has difficulties learning English that started last fall. Yesterday we were studying to an exam. We were studying six old sentences (I'm, you're, he's, I've got, you've got, he's got - by the way I wonder why the book is teaching this way..) for one hour - and he did NOT learn them.
The problem is not in his iq, but he has some kind of bloq against English.
Also some letters are turning around. F.ex. b is always d.

2. Yesterday I read about a news about keliakia. The research showed that two persons out of three are having a keliakia in our nation. These persons have no other symptoms but anemia.
I am quite sure this boy has keliakia. For three reasons: he had an allergy for wheat (and some others) under age of 3, he got eczema and constipation from wheat. Secondly nowadays his stool is always too loose. Not diarrhea, but he goes to the toilet several times a day and smells bad. Thirdly the ferrum and iron levels are always too low in bloodtests. Not quite anemia, but too low.

3. He has social problems at school. A month ago a friend pushed him towards a metal and he got hurt. There was no broken bone, but we had to go to an x-ray. A week ago another friend hit him with a bat, straight to his head very, very hard. We went to a doctor again to get glue.
The boy himself has not been making troubles, but I am quite sure he is doing a lot, too...

4. He had one behavioral issue last week (when I told you in my own chain that my son was driving me crazy). At night he did not want me to be at a place where I was, but I did not move. He got mad and as a revenge to me he decided not to sleep at all that night. So he was sitting in his bed for two hours so that he was able to keep himself awake. Then he woke up at 5 am. Argghh.

So...even he has not been that bossy anymore, I would say he needs something. Or do you think this is all normal :-)?

By the way, he has not been hawking since October. That is the last time I have given him Lachesis.

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
You would need a separate bottle of Lach LM1 for him, or we can start on LM2 for him.

Which one do you prefer ?
 
sameervermani last decade
Well, you are an expert. For me it's okey to start with LM2.

But as I always need to understand everything, so:
Why I need a seperate bottle? Because I shaked the LM1 for eight times? A shaked LM1 is still less than an unshaked LM2 - so why can't we take it?

Maria
 
Maria&boys last decade
The problem is you are also going to dose from same LM1 bottle, so unless you dose together, the sucussions will be messed up.

Please give him a dose of Lachesis LM2.

3 drops in 250 ml water, stir and 1 spoon from there.

Report after 3 days.
 
sameervermani last decade

Post ReplyTo post a reply, you must first LOG ON or Register

 

Important
Information given in this forum is given by way of exchange of views only, and those views are not necessarily those of ABC Homeopathy. It is not to be treated as a medical diagnosis or prescription, and should not be used as a substitute for a consultation with a qualified homeopath or physician. It is possible that advice given here may be dangerous, and you should make your own checks that it is safe. If symptoms persist, seek professional medical attention. Bear in mind that even minor symptoms can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, and a timely diagnosis by your doctor could save your life.