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Dyslexia/Learning disabilities

My son age 8 years has learning disabilitie. He always try to avoid study.For his age group he is far behind in reading abilities. Due to short vocabulary he is unable to comprehend.he had late speech & his milk teeth have lasted longer than normal.He is vary talkative .
  mrudu29 on 2013-03-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
To suggest the right remedy, his mentals and generalities need to be known. Also, if he is having any particular idiosyncrasy, that'll help in deducing the remedy.
rishimba last decade
He is coy, not very outspoken at-least to begin with. The most prominent symptoms are mind; insecure, uncertain, scared; fear; work; of literary work;
Besides he forgets things very fast especially related to studies.

Overall we feel he is slow learner. Generally he is lagging his pears by a year & half in studies & also in sports where hand-eye coordination is involved. In other sports such as skating, running etc he is excellent.

He is short on vocabulary, which restricts his composition while speaking & writing.

He is falling short on comprehension when required to read-understand & reply.

he is very docile, faithful & soft spoken & also talkative.

He has no vision related deficiencies.

Sorry we could not reply early as we were out of town for long time, but we are sincerely looking for response. Please let us know. Thanx.
mrudu29 last decade
Does he like taking bath? Does he like to remain clean and tidy always?

What physical ailments does he usually suffer from?

What are his likes and dislikes?

Has he talked about his dreams ever?

How is his skin type?
rishimba last decade
He likes to remain clean & tidy & also takes bath early.
Nothing noteworthy. But for information when he was new born say upto two months he use to get up from sleep due to jitters /shiver (not due to cold).
His teeth have come on time..but it has taken longer for breaking, which is happening now when he is past eight.
Otherwise he is very energetic & physically fit with good immune system.
He likes good cloths, also enjoys drawing. He is open to most of the varieties in cooking. Likes sweet.
Mornings at consumption of milk sometimes he is not at ease & vomits, maybe once in a month but now it is reducing further.
Also when sent to tuition class in morning he use to vomit, but now when he has become familiar with teacher & environment there he doesn't vomit.
No he has not spoken about his dreams.
He has thin & fair skin. chubby cheeks.
mrudu29 last decade
Please give your child CALC PHOS 30C one dose everyday for a week. Watch him during these days and if you find any change in his mentals and physical symptoms, report back.

Once we know he is responding to Calc Phos, a regular dose of calc phos 200c once every week for some weeks would help him to be at par with his peers.
rishimba last decade
Please clarify the dose..
Liquid or how many pills..
mrudu29 last decade
If you give liquid doses, 3 drops in a teaspoon of water will make one dose.

If you give tablets, 3 tablets under the tongue will make a dose.

dont give him anything to eat or drink one hour before or after taking the remedy.
rishimba last decade
Thanx we will start the dose from today...
mrudu29 last decade
baryta carb 6c one dose alternate days for 7 days watch for one month.
akshaymohl last decade
Hi we have put him on Calc Phos 30C one dose every day for little over a week... the changes are not very perceptible... please suggest the further action... thanx
mrudu29 last decade

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