Egg AllergyHelloMy son is 5 year old, he suffers from severe egg allergy.He is allergic to egg since birth, cant even stand close to egg yolk, he comes up with big hives. If even had lip swollen when we touched him with egg in our hand
Can anyone suggest any medicine for this?
bhartiberry on 2013-02-04
1.whether he prefers warm surroundings ie whether he likes to be covered or he prefers cold surroundings and open air.
2.whether he has a mild disposition or an irritable disposition. How is his attitude towards his friends and relatives?
3.What other physical problems, if any does he have.
4.At what time he feels better and at what time does he feel worse like in the morning, evening, late night etc.
5.What do you think is the causative factor for starting his problems.
6.How is his thirst for cold drinks, hot drinks and water?
7.How is the bowel movement? Normal, constipated or loose.
8.Whether the child prefers to move around or prefers to keep still.
♡ kadwa 7 years ago
♡ AsadGhumman 7 years ago
2.If you are asking about his nature and outlook then, he is very friendly and playful, difficult to contain him sometimes with his playful nature. Enjoys company of friends and family very much. Everyone likes being around him.
He had allergies to wheat (which is totally out off), milk and milk products ( for which we are treating him and he is more or less out of it touchwood).
He still has allergies to eggs and nuts, hence asking.
He used to have eczema, but he is 99% out of that too.
Rest all is well.
4.Never would be my answer, he is always active and does what a 5 year old will do, i.e. play and enjoy play stuff.
But from Eggs allergies point of view he get the irritable hives whenever he comes in close contact with him.
5.Both of us (mom and dad) are primarily ok with eggs, I sometimes get stomach cramps when I eat eggs (but ok if it is in cakes etc etc ) since few years, but before that I was pretty much ok. Probably I entered a new environment. I used to live in India but over the last 7 years have moved to UK with my husband, maybe that has caused some trigger point.
6.He loves cold drinks, enjoys lollys and other drinks.
Hot drinks except his warm (medicated milk) we havent given him anything else.
Water he is ok, but I guess when it is too cold he doesnt drink enough sometimes, but mixed with some squash helps. But when he visits a warm country he drinks water as I would expect.
7.He becomes constipated - quite often , as the medicated milk he drinks causes lot of dryness, unless he is drinking enough water(which becomes a challenge when he is at school).
He has normal bowl movement when he visits warm country(like India),despite having the same milk.
8.It is challenge for us to keep him stay at one place for long unless he is really busy in activities. He is very active and likes to enjoy playing stuff and remain busy.
bhartiberry 7 years ago
One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 2 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.
Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
♡ kadwa 7 years ago
Just want to let OP not to do that mistake.
dhundhun 7 years ago
♡ Mahfoozurrehman 7 years ago
I know Sul should be first medicine to be prescribed for Egg Allergy. My post was that it the patient has already taken Cal-C 1000, taking Sul 200 can't be given. Elders taught, it complicates and makes difficult. They are inimical in that order.
Please don't recommend inimical remedies. It is important to ask whether Cal-C 1000 is already taken or not before recommending Sul 200. If yes then better wait for some time, probably use remedy like Lyc in between and then prescribe Sul.
dhundhun 7 years ago
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