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can LM doses bring out characteristics

I was wondering, can LM doses bring out characteristics that "go with" the remedy profile? That is, my son is starting carcinosin LM3, and today he stood up and yanked his shorts down (kept his underwear up though) and shouted, while watching TV with his sister, for no apparent reason at all. He didn't know why he did it either. He said "I just lost control for a moment". He's never done anything like this before, so I wondered if perhaps the carcinosin wasn't the right remedy-- and if it wasn't, then could it bring about some of the 'negative' characteristics that are associated with the remedy?
  merrybees on 2004-05-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Again, you are thinking allopathic instead of homeopathic.

If there is a "response" to a homeopathic remedy of a non-threatening nature, one does NOT stop taking the remedy. Let it work its way out. One must not keep the suppression that may be the cause of the problem in the first place. It was an excellent response. Get worried if he flashes in public.

I once gave one dose of a remedy for a rather minor problem to a 10 year old boy. That evening he pounded his fist on the dinner table and shouted "I hate you," to each of the family members.

He was the chubby boy of the family and had (unknown to that point) a lot of insecurity and anger toward the better looking brother and felt the least of the family in importance. He was very much better after that time...SABRA
sabra last decade
if new symptom--,then stop current remedy---and this is indication to follow-up remedy --
John Stanton last decade
:-) Yes, as long as it doesn't happen in public! Thanks for your suggestions and the explanation of how something supressed needs to come out--and we'll keep plugging along!
merrybees last decade

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