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Pls help urgent... Too much lycopodium

Please help we have been using this homeopath for about 9 months to treat my sons autism and apraxia.

At Christmas time my son got I'll with normal cold I gave him his inhaler and cough meds. His constipation came back and after talking to the homeopath I gave him a repeat dose of Lycopodium 50m. We thought at the time this might be his constitutional.

The homeopath was vague in giving instructions and over the holidays he received a couple if doses.

Now I fear I gave him too much because some symptoms that are new fit lyc.

It has been about 8 weeks since the last dose? I have just rubbed him down with camphor but I'm scared!

Have I caused more damage??
Can it be fixed if so?
[message edited by smithasd on Mon, 21 Feb 2011 01:59:36 CST]
  smithasd on 2011-02-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
What are the symptoms he has now?

Camphor will not antidote. If it is necessary, a new remedy must be used.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
He is contracting his throat muscles with his mouth open.

I thought lycopodium to antidote is camphor?

I'm sorry wrong abbreviation
smithasd last decade

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