Adverse reaction or wrong remedyMy son age 16 was given phosphorous 6c a few weeks ago. He developed flu like symptoms 10 days ago with low grade fever. The fever disappeared for a few days. But he continued with mostly cold like symptoms and sore throat. He has been swabbed for strep and it was negative. Now the low grade fever is back.
He was give this remedy for acne. He also has welt like stretch marks on his torso. could this be a reaction to the remedy good or bad?
MsLynn on 2011-02-10
Any changes in his behavior since taking the remedy?
sameervermani last decade
I should also mention that when he developed the flu like symptoms, he started taking oscilliococcinum, the over the counter flu remedy.
MsLynn last decade
You should always stop a remedy the moment you see any kind of strange reaction. Appearance of old symptoms, aggravation of current symptoms or appearance of new symptoms are always a sign to halt treatment and let things balance out.
You should also not take a new remedy while under treatment with another one. The interactions are unpredictable.
Stop the Phosphorous immediately and wait to see if things calm down. A well prescribed remedy will create improvement, a poorly prescribed one will not.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
We just returned from the pediatrician. He has been diagnosed with a sinus infection.
I am waiting for a return call from our homeopath (when he is in tomorrow), but I have been told in the past that a reaction such as a rash is a good thing.
MsLynn last decade
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