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vikas_grower last decade
Good day

Received the 200c phosphorus. Please let me know how to administer. Also, my son is near the end of a bout of a stomach virus. Can I still give it to him? He's not on any other medication and is not totally well but near well.

Kindest Regards
amer0609 last decade
Please wait till he is fully well .

Please put one drop ( or dissolve 2 pellets ) of Phos. 200 c in 120 ml of spring water and give 1 teaspoon only .

Only 1 teaspoon is to be given . No repetition

Discard the solution

Thats it . Then we wait and watch

Give nothing 30 min before and after remedy
vikas_grower last decade
Good day. I gave him the remedy a few days ago. He was having a very rough time and was extremely difficult for teh past 3 weeks, probably because he also suffered a stomach virus, but it was worse than I could remember. After he got well I gave him the remedy. We're seeing improvement but fairly slowly. Not sure if that's how it works, but I will keep you posted.

Kindest Regards
amer0609 last decade
ok .
vikas_grower last decade
Good day

It's been about 3 weeks since giving the phosphorus 200c. We saw a good amount of improvement in temperment and some improvement in hyperactivity, although issues with both still remained. However in the past few days he seems to be regressing again. The hyperativity seems about as much as before and the temperment is going back, although not as bad as it previously was, but he's become more defiant in the last few days.

In addition, I've noticed an increase in appetite. However, he always seems to fight me at meal times. He will resist when it's time to eat but then I insist and then he eats more than I even expected.

Thank you for your assistance.

Kindest Regards
amer0609 last decade
How is his yelling / speaking loudly thing .
vikas_grower last decade
still loud :) not much of a change with that
amer0609 last decade
What were the changes that u noticed after 200c dose .

Does he gets destructive also
vikas_grower last decade
What were the changes that u noticed after 200c dose .

Does he gets destructive also
vikas_grower last decade
He's actually gotten less destructive.

Some of the changes noticed were:

- increased appetit
- less hyper (although still very active)
- less tantrums
- more amiable with us and with other people
- less defiant
- shorter tantrums
- doesn't lose control. he used to have 1/2 hour tantrums and was almost hysterical, making it very hard to calm him down.

overall there is a lot of improvement. I definately think the 200c worked. However, the loudness and hyperactivity (although less) is still there. Likewise, there are times where we see some regression. Not sure if that is just normal behavior or if it's an indication that he's going back to his old ways.

Thanks for your help
Kind Regards.
amer0609 last decade
Lets wait for another 15 days
vikas_grower last decade
I cannot believe what I am reading. The initial post, amazing. Every single detail describes my son, I mean every detail..... I was compelled to respond. My son is 4 and was diagnosed last year with PDD-NOS and ADHD, he also has OCD tendencies and is utterly obsessed with career people like cops and doctors. He obsessively pretend plays as well, which is unlike any Autism I read about. Its very hard for him to not be in a role. He makes friends easily, but can be awkward sometimes socially. We have been using Risperdal for our son who is 4 for about 8 months now, (1.5 mg 2x per day) and the results have been amazing. We were very scared to use it at first because the Tenex didn't work, and the Ritalin gave him tachycardia. I knew we had to do something because it seemed like no matter what we did, everything was an emotional trigger for him, (from getting dressed, or eating a snack, to a trip at the grocery store or a shot at the doctors office) and he was upset every 10 minutes of every day. It did more than treat the meltdowns. It helped him focus, made him happy, shortened his response time at school, helped with eye contact, he can actually take no for an answer most of the time, less oppositional, ability to be in crowded places longer, rarely cries, sleeps in own bed now, less anxious, curbed hyperactivity somewhat, he could maintain focus on activities longer.... the list goes on and on... within 3 days of starting the medication, he did a 180. I don't know if this can work for you, but I know it helped my son tremendously!! The only side effect he had was weight gain, 10 lbs in 8 months, and it has leveled off since then. He started with 0.5 mg 2x per day, and it was increased here and there. Now he takes 3mg, and it is the ONLY medication we need because it has helped in so many ways. Even the doctors have been baffled because they have never seen it work this well in any child.
lhayes11 last decade
I would like to share a poem I wrote for my boy..... I hope it inspires you!

The Eyes of Autism
I look in the eyes of Autism everyday...

I see a world full of frustration, and standards never reached.

I see the looks in the grocery store when the noise is overwhelming, and the autism peaks.

I see the lack of punishment which we can't enforce; for his autistic temper just might engorge.

I see the hugs and kisses between other parent and child; while autism keeps ours more sporadic and wild.

I see the routines that can't be broken, and the public places autism is most loud spoken.

I see autism next to me every night when i sleep; for the autism fears being alone, counting sheep.

I see the obsessions that autism brings; from the constant sirens an autistic boy sings.

I see the few things autism eats; no veggies, no fruits, he barely eats meats.

I see the struggles that Autism has, and the simple task of putting on underwear makes autism mad.

But most of all....

I see a want for compassionate eyes, to get through the days and cuddle through cries.

I see a genius there under that autism spell, hoping that mommy and daddy can break through his hell.

I see a smile peaking through here and there, laughing at silliness with-out a care.

I see a battle with which we can win, if we just stick together and hold up our chin.

I see my son, and autistic boy, who deserves more love than any brand new toy.

I know that with time we can see, Autism is not the only thing that he means to be....
[message edited by lhayes11 on Wed, 04 May 2011 23:31:48 BST]
lhayes11 last decade
The meltdowns were unbearable... he cried constantly, and would throw himself on the floor, kick, scream, throw things.... and not just once a day... all day long!!! I had never seen anything like. I used to sob everyday begging god to take his pain away, to help him be less frustrated all the time. It's what made us finally seek help. I know all natural things can help, but I believe that without the Risperdal, he would never be able to truly lead a normal life. It has made an absolutely amazing difference!!!! Its nice to finally enjoy our time as a family and not spend it fighting, or yelling, or crying....
lhayes11 last decade
To amer0609
I have gone through the case history of your son and is quite of interest to me as my my grand child also has ADHD symptoms and I am in search of a suitable homeopathic remedy. Your last post on the forum has been of 24-04-2010.
I am interested to know further progress in the case so can you please advise.
satyanjana last decade

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