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Hello to all homeopathic doctors

I have a son who is three years old. So far, the disease that he had is a common cold, which are treated with homeopathic remedies, which of course was also successful. However, from the first year, every night he is crying. Most of his reasons, if during the day do not find a particular toy he wanted, or not to allow him to watch cartoons that he wanted to, then he will see that in dream and cry for it. Sometimes it happens to be twice in one night to wakes and cries, then requested to drink milk to be calmed. Of course, asking to be with or near the mother, because it calms him. He is very active and full of energy. hHe has as regullar appetite, but a bit lazy and do not want to eat any kind of food. He prefers to drink milk. If it hurts or itches somewhere will do nothing, so he shows to us to kiss the place were is the pain. If he drop the toy sometimes he is yelling and asks from us to lift it for him off the floor. I would be grateful if anyone could help me to describe a remedy till Monday (13th of December, 2010.) Because they are going on the trip, and I want to buy remedy before traveling. Thank you all for your help.
  sejhali on 2010-12-11
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Is he able to describe what he dreams about? Is he actually having nightmares?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
Yes. As I said, if he during the day cant find the toy that he is looking for, that same night he is going to search it in dreams, and he will awaik during the night and with craying he is explaining that he didnt found that toy. Same thing is for cartoons and other thing. Sometimes, he is not telling us what is the metter, and why is he crying. Just screaming and crying
sejhali last decade
A nightmare is a terrifying dream - is he terrified by not finding a toy? I am not sure I understand how such a dream could be considered a nightmare.

Certainly he seems unhappy - is he fearful on waking or just crying? What kind of crying does he do? Is he scared, angry, wanting affection, wanting to be picked up, what does his mother need to do to calm him? Can he be calmed by anyone else?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
Yes, you're right. I do not know enough English. I will answer your questions.
1. He is not afraid when he wakes up, just crying and sometimes looks like shouting.
2. Criying sometimes looks like an ordinary children's cry who have three years, and sometimes seemed to be yelling, and sometimes like a scream. not accompanied by tears, only voice. and his eyes are closed, meaning he is not awake, but still asleep.
3. We are not sure whether he is angry, but we know that he is not afraid. Before he would be afraid, but no longer. When he wakes up, he is asking to be taken into arms, and it only accept his mother, not allowing anyone else.
4. Sometimes his mother need to take him in her arms and he will stop crying, and sometimes he is crying until we bring him toy, or what he is requesting. But if we dont find a toy or we didnt turned on the cartoon, in that case we give him milk in bottle.
5. He can be calmed down just by his mother, noone else.
sejhali last decade

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