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SOS::11 mnth baby vomiting for last 5 mnths..HELP!! Page 2 of 2

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I forgot to mention...she asked me to eliminate wheat from her diet for sometime. Post this change in diet, her vomiting reduced..
praveena last decade
I am so glad she is doing better, that is great! I do not understand any of the medication that you have written but if you do find out the remedy or remedies that have been used that would be interesting.
I hope she carries on getting better!
anna_jenkins last decade
So removal of gluten seem to solve the problem? Then it is likely it was a gluten allergy, perhaps even an autoimmune disease like Coeliac disease. Loss of weight and severe GIT symptoms are very typical of that condition. Removal of gluten always causes a huge improvement in their symptoms and health - I have often heard my Coeliac patients describe diet change as miraculous for them.

It was fortunate you found someone who recognised the symptoms.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
If everything else fails then use Crotalus Horridus 30C twice a day for 2 weeks.
girilal last decade
Dear Dr. Mountson,

i have read many enlightening threads of yours where you have explained methods of identifying herbs and making homeopathic remedies based on these herbs.

i have also read in Clarke's Materia Medica how the brave Dr Hering proved the remedy Lachesis.

i will be glad to know from you your experience of snake remedies. Please share the experience you have had while mountaineering.

kadwa last decade

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