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my 4 yr s old child has worms in stomach , and his teeth get shivered while he is sleeping, is this is a sign of worms please help me regarding this
  ridhimaawasthi on 2012-10-08
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Please give four pellets of Podophyllum 30 (30c) every night before going to bed. After a week stop this and start giving Belladonna 30, four pellets in the morning.

Please report after two weeks

Be it worm or not can be reviewed after two weeks

Reva V
Reva V last decade
Hi Ridhi-

You have two posts on the child? Please keep all posts for your
child and questions on this thread. Otherwise it is confusing for

Keep all posts for yourself also on one thread.

Reva prescribed already another medicine for mucous getting
hard in chest and frequent colds. There has to be a gap of some
days between some medicines or they will not work right.
And a gap of certain hours between medicines. I don't know if
you can take prior prescription and this one on same day.

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/360887 ( Reva-
this is other thread)
simone717 last decade
Thank you Ms.Simone for taking care of such details. You have a deep interest for the welfare of the suffering.

Reva V
Reva V last decade
Yes I do Reva, as do you. I don't like to see you and
other prescribers efforts wasted when there is multiple posts
that turn into problems rather than cure. I am so glad
you are on this forum.
simone717 last decade

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