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Neurogenic Bladder in 7 yr old ASD child

What is the proper homeopathy for this? I have heard that Ferrum phosphoricum is possible solution. Please help
 
  autismdad on 2012-08-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please describe the symptoms actualy found in your child.

In addition give additional information like food habits, preference of cold or hot and other habits found.

Giving maximum details will help to find the right medicine.
 
Reva V 9 years ago
- symptoms : leaking, not fully empty bladder.

- Eats mostly 5 foods : Hot Dogs, tacos, hamburger, fries, and ice cream
- Prefers cold

- Other habits: some ocd behaviors, stimming, and self injurious behaviors
 
autismdad 9 years ago
Hi-
did you ever take the child to the Homeopathy center?

If that did not work out- is anyone supervising her condition/
behaviours-besides the bladder issues?

Reva V is very good with this.

Best regards,

Simone717
 
simone717 9 years ago
Please buy Medorrhinum 200c. This needs prescription in US. You can order in helios dot co dot uk and they can ship this to you (Thanks Simone. She showed me this website).

You will also these two medicines that are locally available in US:
a. Equisetum hyemale 12x in liquid dilution and b. Apis Mel 30c in pellets.

Please email me when you receive one of these medicines, which ever comes first and I can give you the dosage.

Apis Mel 30c in pellets are available in your local health food stores.

Reva V
 
Reva V 9 years ago

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