Severe Baby Eczema in 10 month old--please help!My 10 month old daughter suffers from severe eczema and food allergies and we are at our wit's end trying to find a solution for her. Just wondering if anyone out there could offer us some assistance or insight?
My daughter has had eczema from the age of 2 months. It started on her face and has spread to all over her body, except the diaper area, which has always been clear.
She is usually a very happy baby and rarely lets the itchiness get the better of her. Her poor skin is often cracking and bleeds as she scratches so much.
She has been breastfed from birth, but had problems with latching in the first few days. She has had formula a handful of times, but has been mostly breastfed.
Her diet now includes carrot, sweet potato and pears. Those are the only foods that do not cause a flare-up in her eczema.
We know for certain that she is allergic to rice and dairy as she was tested for those.
Please let me know if any more info on her condition is needed..
Any help would be very much appreciated!!
AoifesMum on 2009-09-18
First 4 days: Thuja 30c, twice a day
5th day: Silicea 30. just 1 dose.
From 7th day to 14th day: Give Merc Sol 30, once a day
During the above remedies, give Calc Sulph 6x (1 tablets of cell salts), every night, before going to bed. - to keep the liver health that promots toxin removal.
Please report after this.
For general instructions, please read my Profile.
♡ Reva V last decade
What is the philosophy behing giving one medicine after the other in a predtermined fashion?
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
Given info is insufficient to conclude anything. Detailed case taking is required.
srisri last decade
First my sincere thanks for volunterring your time in reading the postings.
I agree with your comments from a 'Classical' stand point. I respect your belief on Classical Homeopathy (I read your profile)
If this is the only successful way to practice Homeopathy, Clinical Homeopathy would not exist (Prescriber by J H Clarke for example would have not existed, where he recommends a medicine based on 1 or 2 symptoms, repeated every 2 hours)
To talk of today's example, I see posting from Dr. Sharma, where with one symptom of Knee Pain, he found from Clinical side that ARG MET 30, repeated twice a day helps. I whole heartedly thanked him for sharing this valuable experience to help the suffering of the humanity.
Please note that I am not against Classical Homepathy, but I keep myself open for Clinical tips documented from 20,30 or 40 years of some one's pracrice
In this case, Thuja 30 and Silicea (repeated this way) has been a very successful routine to ward off the after effects of Vaccination. It helps, even if Vaccination is not the cause (clears Heridtory Sycosis). The repetition is based on comforts some one gets from Clinical practice (as how ARG MET 30 is repeated by Dr. Sharma).
A note to the Patients dad: You have every rights to ignore my recommendation, if you are not comfortable to accept this. Repost for some one else to take it. If you decide to go with the above recommendation, I will make one change - to report after the course of Thuja and Silicea, before you start taking Merc Sol.
♡ Reva V last decade
Why repeat Thuja when once dose is enuf to nullify the ill effects of vaccinations if any?
How is Silicea helping in the scheme of things?
Why repeated doses of Merc Sol until and unless one wants to prove the drug?
Please understand we are dealing with a 10 month old. Detailed case taking and physical examination are required to prescribe.
srisri last decade
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