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13 Month old Teething

I have a 13 month old who I believe is getting her first set of molars. She was never a great teether, would be whiny and clingy a week or two before the tooth would come in, but also easily distracted by being outside, or going to someone else's house. We tried the Highlands teething tablets, and they don't seem to do much. I bought Pulsatilla 30c, and was wondering if I should try giving this to her, and what the proper dose would be? Thank you!
  kachch on 2010-04-13
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The remedy that is generally indicated for teething problems of children is chamomilla. Pulsatilla is the remedy for children having mild, calm and gentle disposition.

German Chamomile

The chief guiding symptoms belong to the mental and emotion group, which lead to this remedy in many forms of disease. Especially of frequent employment in diseases of children, where peevishness, restlessness, and colic give the needful indications. A disposition that is mild, calm and gentle; sluggish and constipated bowels contra-indicate chamomilla.

The remedy may be given in 30c potency thrice a day whenever there is a problem.

One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 1 drop in some 10 ml water. Sip up slowly.
kadwa 9 years ago
Dear kachch, for teething problems pl try BC 21 of Dr reckeweg's 1 pills 4 times a day.


Dr Abhishek Mukherjee
om sai clinic
Dr Abhishek 9 years ago

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