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Headaches 10 year old

My 10 year old son gets headaches in the eye area - it seems they come from being in the sun and also situations of concentration, or watching tv too long. His head is very very sensitive to getting hit or shaken. His head and neck will hurt very easily. He is not vaccinated. He took antibiotics once at 4 years old for pneumonia. I feel he hasn't been the same since. He can't handle the heat as well. He also has small bumps on his cheeks and between his eyebrows and the backs of his upper arms. They are sometimes more obvious - having tiny white heads. Other times his skin just has a rough look and feel. He is a somewhat picky eater. I cook a wide variety and he would be happiest with the normal american food. Pizza, lasagna, I would say salty is his main craving followed closely with sweets. He was treated once homeopathically for double vision. The doctor gave him Nat. Mur. 30K (I believe) one dose and the double vision cleared in a matter of days and we canceled the MRI that was scheduled.
He is a very pleasant child. He is kind, intuitive, helpful, hard working. We do need to regulate video games - or these would be addictive to him. He LOVES to be outside, loves to play sports and be with his family. Really thrives on being all together and outside. He likes schedule and is not artistic.
 
  bohomama4 on 2009-06-22
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How is his thermal response.

Does he tolerate hot climate more of cold one?

Does he prefer covering in summer? How much covering does he take in winter?

Have you observed him feeling less cold or hot than others ?
 
dramitkarkare last decade
My prescription:
Tuberculinum 1M one dose
and report to me after two weeks.
 
dramitkarkare last decade
His thermal response is that he has a hard time shedding heat. We live in a northern climate and he is warm in the winter - he will be outside without a jacket when others are cold. In the summer his face gets red and he does sweat. He doesn't like a hot bath either - it needs to be warm. In bed he likes ALOT of covers wrapped around him (but only wears underwear - can't stand pajamas)but sometimes wakes agitated and scared because of overheating. He will sleep walk and be scared of a dream he had and not remember it in the morning. He also has always liked socks and shoes rather than sandals.
 
bohomama4 last decade
Hi bohomama,

Would you call him mild/yielding in temperament ?

Does he display his affection through physical contact ?

How easily does he cry ?


Sameer
 
sameervermani last decade
I do consider him mild and yielding - he easily takes on the characteristics of people he admires. He is affectionate and feels criticism easily - strives to please. He does not cry - I hadn't noticed that until you asked.
 
bohomama4 last decade
He went thru a spell of having bad stomach pains with pain that shot to his eyes. I couldn't trace it to a food - possibly stress - he currently doesn't feel well from sweets - it is humid here right now.
 
bohomama4 last decade
Hi Bohomama,

I would recommend giving him a single dose of Natrum Mur 200c, as follows:

Dissolve 2 pellets in 250 ml spring water, and give him a teaspoon from there ONCE.

Report in 10 days.
 
sameervermani last decade
One added note - his tongue has a long term crack in the middle - not all the way to the tip. If you rely on tongue diagnosis at all. Otherwise healthy pink and normal thickness.
 
bohomama4 last decade
Suggestion stays the same.
 
sameervermani last decade
Thanks so much - I am going to post regarding myself (his mom) Please review - Shortness of breath heart palpitations.
 
bohomama4 last decade

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