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I have a wart in my thigh. Its cauliflower in shape, soft and wrinkled and as big as a marble. Its almost 10yrs old. no itching or bleeding. have tried thuja, calc carb and nit.acid but no results. can anyone suggest any remedy?
 
  chumki on 2009-02-19
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causticum 200 one dose for three days to be repeated after month
 
akshaymohl last decade
Thanks a lot Dr. I would take this opportunity to enquire about my daughter who is 14. she attained puberty 3yrs back and her growth has slowed down.she is only 4.11. my husband is 6 and Iam 5.2.
1. periods come only after 40days and very heavy.
2.hands and feet are v. cold especially when excited.
3.hair scanty, oily.
4.has a recurring eczema near her mouth.( shin becomes dry,sticky discharge but no itching)
5. isn't b. carb given for ht. increase to children with mental disability?
6. Is it possible for her to gain ht. after 3yrs of attaining puberty?
 
chumki last decade
graphites 30 one dose daily for 5 days for eczema
 
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