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Help with early aggravation LM1

Hi
Hoping for some advice from other homeopaths who have had similar experience. Treating 4 year old who is moderately autistic. Case working highly indicated sulphur (kicks off bed clothes, eats little thrist much, as in a dream world, etc).Gave a single test dose in LM1 potency. Patient showing improvement in mental emotional symptoms ie: more 'open' and better eye contact and communication, but old symptom of holding stool has returned. Presently watchfully waiting. Mother continues to give medicine (allopathic) for constipation. Now has held stool for 5 days. My instinct tells me to wait a little further, then, if appropriate to double dilute. Does this seem correct procedure or does early agg of this symptom indicate other remedy? Felt he could be a tub child as lots of hair and twinkly eye with long lashes, etc, but tub is not coming out so clearly in case work. Want to assist with the stool. Additional interesting symptom is lots of dark hair, but patch of red top middle back of head. Please advise - not feeling as confident as usual. Many thanks.
 
  uktransplant on 2013-06-18
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Varun,
Thanks very much for the words of wisdom. I shall continue to monitor only at this point. The mother told me today that she also feels he is more stubborn and not sleeping so well, but definitely more social and talkative. Your case provided good insight. Thanks again.
 
uktransplant 9 years ago

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